While the climate is a complex system and much of the scientific analysis is technical, acquiring first-hand knowledge of climate change and forming an independent view of it is essential.
Facts on Hurricanes and Climate are Blowing in the Wind
The best long-term data on hurricanes hitting the United States shows a decline, even for strong hurricanes.
The Fuzzy Math Behind U.N. Report on Global Disasters
Climate-related disasters killed 99 percent fewer people than 100 years earlier.
Obsession With Climate Change Distorts our Priorities
Global climate damage in percent of GDP keeps declining and climate disaster deaths have dropped 99 percent in a century.
Ending Fossil Fuels Won’t Stop Global Warming
Is it true that ending fossil fuels will stop global warming?
What Is the Best Way to Manage Climate Danger?
The best way to manage climate danger is climate mastery.
Unhappy Anniversary: 50 Years of Misguided Climate Panic
50 years of stunningly incorrect predictions, climate campaigners, journalists and politicians still hawk an immediate apocalypse to great acclaim by ignoring adaptation.
Climate Change vs. Weather Emergencies
Climate Change vs. Weather Emergencies from the perspective of environmental humanism
U.S. Needs To Deal with the Waste and Pollution From Green Technologies
Electric vehicle batteries, solar panels, and wind turbines result in a massive amount of waste and pollution.
Hurricane or Hype? Really, Really Bad Weather is Not Climate Change
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest assessment report (AR6), it says, “There is low confidence in long-term (multi-decadal to centennial) trends in the frequency of all-category tropical cyclones.”
Infrastructure Bill Stuffed with Climate Pork
Instead of an infrastructure bill, the product represents the old Washington, D.C., approach of distributing pork sufficient to buy votes of enough Senators to enable its passage.
Hurricanes and Global Warming: Interview with Dr. James J. O’Brien
Dr. James J. O’Brien is Director of the Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies at Florida State University, where he is the Robert O. Lawton Distinguished Professor of Meteorology and Oceanography.
Hurricanes and Global Warming: Interview with Meteorologist Dr. William Gray
Meteorologist Dr. William Gray may be the world’s most famous hurricane expert. More than two decades ago, as professor of atmospheric science and head of the Tropical Meteorology Project at Colorado State University, he pioneered the science of hurricane forecasting.