COP25: UN Climate Talks Collapse

COP25: UN Climate Talks Collapse

 Principia Scientific December 17, 2019 |  by Craig Rucker COP 25 was an utter failure for the United Nations. Despite extending the conference into double-overtime, making it the longest COP ever, the UN was forced to adjourn without advancing the “rule book” for the Paris Climate Accord or agreeing on a framework for an international carbon market. UN Secretary-General (and …

Memorandum from San Jose mayor and city council on prohibiting residential use of natural gas

Here are the requirements in the memorandum, dated Sept. 13, 2019: Return to Council by October 2019 with an ordinance prohibiting natural gas infrastructure in new detached accessory dwelling units, single-family, and low-rise multi-family buildings starting January 1, 2020. a. Remove the exemption for detached accessory dwelling units from the reach code. b. Return to Council by January 2020 with …

NASA: Antarctic Ozone Hole Smallest Since Discovery In 1982

PSI by Katherine Rodriguez | October 29, 2019 Written The hole in the ozone has reached its smallest size since scientists discovered it in 1982 due to unusual weather patterns in the upper atmosphere above Antarctica, according to NASA. The hole fluctuates every year and is usually largest during the coldest months in the southern hemisphere, between late September and …

NASA May Have Faked Climate Data: Retired Top UK Govt Scientist

PSI October 22, 2019 | Written by Andy Rowlands Retired Principal Scientific Officer (PSO) for the British Government exposes “discrepancies” in NASA’s Global Historical Climate Network (GHCN) which serve to make recent temperatures seem warmer. The “mistakes” point to possible fraud intended to give scientific credence to tax raising UK and US climate policies. The unnamed source, now retired from …

Vancouver has ‘coldest Oct. 10 in 123 years’ as temperatures tumble across B.C.

CBC News Oct 10, 2019 41 records broken in province in past 2 days, with Clinton dipping below -10 C Parts of British Columbia are enduring record-breaking chill. Environment Canada says the temperature at Vancouver International Airport dipped to 0.7 C Monday morning. “That’s the coldest Oct. 10 in 123 years, so this is pretty significant,” said Environment Canada meteorologist …

Activist AG Admission: Washington State AG Declined Climate Nuisance Suit Because of Insufficiency of ‘Attribution’ Claims

Climate Litigation Watch Oct. 10, 2019 Newly revealed emails, wrongly hidden from public by OAG, further suggest origin of renewed “Attribution” push CLW readers are aware of the new, plaintiffs’ bar-driven push to claim an ability to attribute climate change — all the way down to responsibility for individual storms, weather apparently is climate when it’s the right kind of …

No Climate Emergency say 500 Scientists to UN

On the same day that Greta Thunberg made an impassioned speech to the UN about her fears of a climate emergency, 500 scientists sent a registered letter to the UN Secretary-General stating that there is no climate emergency and climate policies should be designed to benefit the lives of people.