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Climategate (NL)

Klimarealistene (N)

  • Forhastet klimapolitikk
    by Geir Aaslid on 23 January 2022 at 20:38

    Professor Harald Yndestad kritiserer Norges forhastede klimapolitikk: «Vi må få en bedre systemforståelse av klimaendringer som et dynamisk system, omtrent som vi i dag forstår tidevannets korte […]

  • FNs klimapanels siste rapport er ikke troverdig
    by Geir Aaslid on 21 January 2022 at 14:00

    Petter Tuvnes gir oss en analyse som viser at Klimapanelet er lite troverdig i sin nyeste hovedrapport AR6WG1. Som vanlig stemmer ikke propagandaen vi utsettes for med vitenskapen.

Klimarealisme (Dk)

  • Klima-spin
    by Søren Hansen on 24 January 2022 at 07:00

    Hvordan gør medierne, når de gerne vil bringe alarmistiske budskaber, men vejret ikke rigtigt vil makke ret?

  • Mediernes ulyst til fri debat
    by Knud Larsen on 23 January 2022 at 07:00

    Medierne bryder sig bare ikke om klimarealistiske indlæg. Vores samling af afviste forslag er enorm efterhånden. Her er endnu et bredt afvist bud.

De Groene Rekenkamer (NL)

  • Timmermans ontvangt controversieel eredoctoraat
    by Theo Wolters on 13 January 2022 at 00:10

    EU Commissaris Frans Timmermans, 14 October 2020 Aanstaande vrijdag verleent de Technische Universiteit Delft een eredoctoraat aan Frans Timmermans wegens zijn grote maatschappelijke verdiensten, als […]

  • Extreem weer van alle tijden
    by Evert Jesse on 18 December 2021 at 17:54

    Mannheim, normaal Mannheim, 18 Juli 2021 (www.mannheim24.de) Is het U ook opgevallen? Nu de zomer van 2021 minder zorgwekkend mooi was dan vorige jaren wordt de nadruk gelegd op extreem weer. […]

The Global Warming Policy Forum (UK)

  • North Sea Industrialisation
    by bennypeiser on 23 January 2022 at 22:25

    All of the countries around the North Sea have programmes in place to develop o!shore wind energy. The UK has been at the forefront of these efforts, and now has over 10 GW of capacity in operation. […]

  • Removing green levies from energy bills welcomed
    by bennypeiser on 22 January 2022 at 11:30

    London, 22 January — Net Zero Watch has welcomed the government’s apparent decision to remove green levies from energy bills, providing direct relief to hard-hit households and also to industrial […]

Europäisches Institut für Klima & Energie (G)

  • Sollten Regierungen wissenschaftliche Forschung...
    by Chris Frey on 24 January 2022 at 11:00

    Andy May Bundesgelder ermöglichen es nicht gewählten Bürokraten, die wissenschaftliche Forschung zu kontrollieren. Sie diktieren die Projekte und oft auch die Ergebnisse. Sie nutzen gezielte […]

  • ESG = Extreme Shortage Guaranteed [Extreme...
    by Chris Frey on 24 January 2022 at 10:30

    Ronald Stein, Ambassador for Energy & Infrastructure, Irvine, California Die Umwelt-, Sozial- und Governance-Faktoren (ESG-Faktoren), die im Bankensektor auf der Tagesordnung stehen, um sich von […]

Climat Environnement & Énergie (Fr)

Klimatupplysningen (Sw)

  • Elkris, vindkraft och kärnkraft
    by Ingemar Nordin on 24 January 2022 at 04:00

    Vi är mitt uppe in en akut energikris. Många av våra politiker verkar överraskade. Här på KU har vi sett den komma sedan bloggen startade för 12-13 år sedan och vi har haft åtskilliga […]

  • Klimatet – kolet och välfärden i världen
    by Gästskribent on 23 January 2022 at 04:00

    Klimatfrågan är global. Vetenskapligt såväl som politiskt. FN:s klimatpanel IPCC har försökt koppla ett globalt grepp på det som kommit att betecknas som planetens ödesfråga. Global Carbon […]

De Staat van het Klimaat (NL)

  • Gevangen in de klimaatfuik
    by Marcel Crok on 27 May 2021 at 13:23

    Illustratie Vera Kuipers, gemaakt in opdracht van De Andere Krant Na de historische uitspraak van gisteren tegen Shell in de klimaatzaak beginnen meer en meer mensen zich af te vragen waar we in […]

  • My flagged Tedx talk about climate change
    by Marcel Crok on 10 July 2019 at 19:17

     Recently I gave my first Tedx talk during Tedx Roermond. Roermond is a city in the south of The Netherlands. The experience was quite interesting. The motto of Ted is "ideas worth spreading". […]

ScienceTalks (NL)

  • The real greenhouse effect
    by Andre Bijkerk on 2 June 2020 at 12:34

    By André Bijkerk We start with the weather, but that helps us to understand how the real greenhouse effect works. I took this photo many years ago on a cold morning at the end of September, the […]

  • The sun caused 1,1 °C of the warming since the...
    by Andre Bijkerk on 20 May 2020 at 20:14

    The sun explains 93% of seawater surface temperature variance up to and including 1980s; ozone layer depletion caused more solar radiation on Earth's surface in 1990s, resulting in a persistent […]

Non-member blogs

Watts up with that (US)
Anthony Watts

Climate.Etc
Judith Curry (US)

  • Crossing (or not) the 1.5 and 2.0C thresholds
    by curryja on 23 January 2022 at 16:56

    by Judith Curry “The first rule of climate chess is this.  The board is bigger than we think, and includes more than fossil fuels.”  – Jon Foley The strategy to limit global warming is tied […]

  • Week in review – science edition
    by curryja on 8 January 2022 at 19:54

    by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye these past few weeks Enhanced winter, spring, and summer hydroclimate variability across California from 1940 to 2019 [link] When climate ruled the […]

No Tricks Zone (Germany, in English)
Pierre Gosselin

Climate Realism (US)
Heartland Institute

Skating Under The Ice (US)
Willis Esschenbach

  • Wandering in Wonderland
    by Willis Eschenbach on 19 January 2022 at 09:40

    In November I’d ordered a camper shell for my truck, and it finally came in. I drove to town to drop the truck off for 2-1/2 hours until it was installed. So as is my custom, I went out to wander […]

  • The Still-Unfolding Story Of January 6th
    by Willis Eschenbach on 6 January 2022 at 18:07

    From the Epoch Times. Here’s the most even-handed and informative report I’ve seen. Longish, but well worth the read. I don’t like putting paywalled articles on my site, but this one is too […]