Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, Thanks, and the Future

I want to thank everyone for their participation and the commentary at WUWT this past year, for without you, this would just be a distant and unknown corner of the…

U.S. Climate 2023 Year in Review – In one word: NORMAL

The year is not quite in the books, but it is late enough that we can have a look-back at this year’s weather and climate extremes.

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Climate Change Weekly #490: Fighting for Truth in Climate Science Is Important

The fight for sound science, per se, but climate science, specifically, is a fight for truth and all the progress science can provide.

Canadian Climate Policy: Reasonableness Needed

They exhibit an almost ritualistic narcissism defending their crowning achievement, the Carbon Tax, and treat opposition to its efficacy as malignant, unintelligent treachery while demonstrating hypocrisy in practice.

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Energy and Environmental Review

This post excerpts energy and climate material from the Media Balance Newsletter, a free fortnighly published by physicist John Droz Jr., founder of the Alliance for Wise Energy Decisions. The complete Newsletter…

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Green Energy Buys Itself a Legislature

Dominion and Clean Virginia both understand return on investment.

Climate Fact Check: October 2023 Edition

10 bogus climate claims from October 2023 debunked

‘Demographic Warming’: Humans Increasingly Choose to Live Where It’s Warmer

… it shows humans choose to live under warmer conditions just by living in densely populated areas — and increasingly so.

Americans’ Beliefs on Climate Change Causes Shift: Survey Insights

For independents, the decline was even steeper: from 61% in 2018 to 42% in 2023.

Light Shaking Water

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach [See update at end] From the Ministry of Settled Climate Science, I came across a most fascinating press report entitled Surprise Discovery Reveals a Whole…

Climate Change Weekly #487: Study Suggests Causes of Climate Change Beyond CO2

by H. Sterling Burnett IN THIS ISSUE: Research recently published in the journal Atmosphere concludes that carbon dioxide is only one possible forcing factor driving recent climate changes, and probably not the…

Colorado River Flow Data Disproves “Climate Change Warming” Computer Model Flow Reduction Claims

The claim that “the Colorado River flows have dropped by 20% since 1900 primarily due to warming” is driven by a “computer model simulation.”

What Causes Earth’s Strongest Lightning Known as ‘Superbolts’?

When a storm’s charging zone sits close to the earth’s surface, the resulting “superbolts” can be 1,000 times stronger than regular lightning.

Open peer review – Green energy and economic fabulism

Green energy and economic fabulism: The mirage of subsidy-propelled economic growth and employment.

Reconciling with Nature – God and Qantas (Part 1, Arriving London)

Guest essay by Dr. Jennifer Marohasy There is a tendency, that must be resisted, for 21st century Western scientists to claim every discovery of mass death as a catastrophe and…

Wrong, Amnesty International, “Climate Change in Mexico” is Not Displacing People

The incompetence of the media and NGOs, like Amnesty International News, in doing even the most basic investigation is disturbing and misleading.

Australia Warns Ferries about EVs

By Andy May h/t Don Keiller and Ken Gregory Australia’s Maritime Safety Authority has issued a domestic commercial vessel safety alert on the risks of ferrying battery powered cars (EVs),…

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ClimateTV LIVE at 1PM ET – Debunking Way-out Climate Alarmism Videos – Sliced and Diced by Facts

This week on Climate Change Roundtable, host Anthony Watts and panelists Linnea Lueken and H. Sterling Burnett debunk a video taking the corporate position on climate change. The video, titled…

Copper, “The New Oil”?

Guest “There’s copper in them thar hills” by David Middleton Copper Is Critical for America’s New Energy Economy By Andy Kireta, Jr.October 18, 2023 The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) new…

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