Climate Change

Page 2 of 2 
 

A second opinion on global warming

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Climate | The United Nations science panel responsible for writing influential reports on climate change has exaggerated the likely amount of future global warming, and…

Heat seekers

Heat seekers

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Science | The UN is preparing to release another alarmist climate change review

Fearfully and wonderfully made climates

By Jesse Yow
Posted

Science | California’s coastal waters are getting more acidic. Fall-run chinook salmon populations in the Sacramento River are declining. Conifer forests on Sierra…

Signs and Wonders: Bono blasts aid, touts capitalism in Africa

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Newsworthy | Bono vox. Paul David Hewson, better known as rock band U2’s front man Bono, recently spoke at Georgetown University and made news by saying,

Signs and Wonders: Scrambling to explain summer cool amid global ‘warming’

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Newsworthy | Global cooling? This summer appears to be one of the coolest we’ve had in a long time. Last Thursday, Chicago had a high of 67 degrees, about 20…

Signs and Wonders: Christie finished with Obama love fest

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Newsworthy | Christie ditches Obama. Much has been made of the relationship between New Jersey’s Republican Gov. Chris Christie and President Barack Obama, especially in…

Is Superstorm Sandy a harbinger of the ‘new normal’ because of global warming?

By E. Calvin Beisner
Posted

Science | Long before Superstorm Sandy subsided, a new storm arose—an opportunistic attempt to score political points out of a great tragedy, as some people rushed to…

Page 2 of 2