Blogroll

Climategate (NL)

  • Polarstern vast in Noordpoolijs
    by Martien de Wit on 2 June 2020 at 04:00

    Trouwe lezers zullen zich de alarmistische berichtgeving van de NOS/NPO nog herinneren van een smeltende Noordpool, met een bedevaart van CEO's onder leiding van Bernice Notenboom naar Spitsbergen, […]

  • Marcel Crok over het groene sprookje
    by H. Labohm (HR) on 1 June 2020 at 04:00

    https://youtu.be/673JDz1-rG0 Interview van Peter Vlemix met wetenschapsjournalist Marcel Crok over het groene sprookje op Ongehoord Nederland. In dit interview mag Marcel Crok breed uitpakken over […]

Klimarealistene (N)

  • Årsrapporten klima i 2019
    by Geir Aaslid on 1 June 2020 at 16:33

    Årsrapporten Klima i 2019, forfattet av professor Ole Humlum, ble publisert i forrige uke. Vi gjengir sammendraget, og ikke uventet, her er det ikke mulig å se noen tegn til klimakrise.

  • Eksisterer lønnsomhet i karbonfangst?
    by Geir Aaslid on 28 May 2020 at 20:46

    Norge er snart det siste landet i verden som brenner penger på karbonfangst. Siste dagers debatt viser at vi har farlig uvitende politikere.

Klimarealisme (Dk)

  • Her er årets bedste nyhed: Klimadommedag er...
    by Eyvind DeKaa on 27 May 2020 at 21:49

    Den første februar skrev et af landets mest ”klimaansvarlige” dagblade, at nu var klimadommedag aflyst. Nogle af verdens førende klimaforskere havde meddelt, at nu var det - […]

  • Den følsomme klimakrig
    by Frank Ewald Lansner on 16 May 2020 at 21:39

    Den meget følsomme klimakrig raser stadig – og ikke mindst i lille Danmark. Seneste slag er en sag i Pressenævnet, hvor Videnskab.dk har indklaget Indblik.net.

De Groene Rekenkamer (NL)

  • Biomassa, hout voor elektriciteit; de feiten
    by Kees van Loon on 16 May 2020 at 07:45

    Grootschalige houtstook van geen kanten te rechtvaardigen Samenvatting Houtpellets worden in steeds grotere hoeveelheden gebruikt voor energieopwekking, onder het mom dat het een energie neutrale […]

  • Het duurste feestje ter wereld
    by Redactie Groene Rekenkamer on 17 April 2020 at 23:48

    De lockdown is bijna niet effectief - een bewijsschrift. Een bijdrage van Peer Ederer (vertaald uit het Duits, verschenen bij Eike en bij Achgut) Wie zich verdiept in de gewoonten van het […]

The Global Warming Policy Forum (UK)

Europäisches Institut für Klima & Energie (G)

Climat Environnement & Énergie (Fr)

Klimatupplysningen (Sw)

De Staat van het Klimaat (NL)

  • 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 […]

  • Crowdfunding campaign for an international...
    by Marcel Crok on 3 May 2019 at 10:08

    Today I announce the plans for a very exciting, ambitious new project, that I have been working on for some time: the making of a long international documentary about climate change. The documentary […]

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 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

  • TURNER: Models Can’t Accurately Predict Next...
    by Charles Rotter on 2 June 2020 at 13:00

    From The Daily Caller Daniel Turner Contributor June 01, 2020 11:34 AM ET Font Size: It’s curious … SpaceX has all the money in the world, and they didn’t hire someone who could […]

  • Measuring climate change
    by Charles Rotter on 2 June 2020 at 09:00

    New study marks first attempt to identify similarities and differences of ocean acidification on both US coast, while noting vulnerable hot spots University of DelawareShare Print E-Mail […]

Climate.Etc
Judith Curry (US)

  • When does government intervention make sense for...
    by niclewis on 29 May 2020 at 07:50

    By Nic Lewis Introduction I showed in my last article that inhomogeneity within a population in the susceptibility and infectivity of individuals would reduce the herd immunity threshold, in my view […]

  • COVID-19 discussion thread VII
    by curryja on 20 May 2020 at 00:41

    by Judith Curry Some interesting papers that I’ve spotted over the past week. New study from S. Korea finds HCQ +AZ (or other antibiotic) significantly reduces time to viral clearance and […]

No Tricks Zone (Germany, in English)
Pierre Gosselin

Climate Realism (US)
Heartland Institute

Skating Under The Ice (US)
Willis Esschenbach

  • What’s Behind The Mask?
    by Willis Eschenbach on 27 May 2020 at 08:41

    Here’s a quick cruise through some of the science of masks. Perhaps the most important study says this: Neither surgical nor cotton masks effectively filtered SARS–CoV-2 during coughs by […]

  • Petty Tyrants
    by Willis Eschenbach on 2 May 2020 at 07:46

    Man, this stuff angrifies my blood mightily. We were sold the idea of “shelter-in-place” in order to “flatten the curve”. This would avoid overloading the medical system, as […]