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Elite PANIC As Record Low Temperatures Expose Climate Change Hoax

Record low temperatures across the globe have been revealed in shocking new Climate Change data revealing that ‘global warming’ no longer exists.  Climatologist Tony Heller claims that Greenland looks set to record its coldest July temperature since records started, and if the claim is true, then it will completely debunk Global warming alarmists. Last month, President Donald Trump officially withdrew the United States out of the Paris Agreement calling the global climate agreement a “globalist scam”. According to Conservativetribune.com: In fact, it was the coldest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere for the month of July: -33C (-27.4F). The temperature was recorded at Summit Station on July 4. According to Vencore Weather, the normal high temperature at the… Read More

“I don’t give a **** if we agree about climate change.”

It was just over a year ago that Arnold Schwarzenegger posted the above words. Though climate change is an important subject which is bearing down on the entire human race, an issue that in the future will kill an unlimited amount of human beings, the back side of the subject is already killing millions of people every year. Schwarzenegger said, “Do you believe it is acceptable that 7 million people die every year from pollution? That’s more than murders, suicides, and car accidents combined. Every day, 19,000 people die from pollution from fossil fuels. Do you accept those deaths? Do you accept that children all over the world have to grow up breathing with inhalers? We have created a… Read More

As Earth Gets Hotter, Scientists Break New Ground Linking Climate Change to Extreme Weather

So here we are again with yet another annual global temperature record. That’s right, 2016 will go down as the warmest year globally since record-keeping began, with preliminary reports indicating that 2016 was 1.3 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial times. If it feels like you’ve heard this song before it’s because you have. The last three years […]

Overpopulation Lie Debunked: US Farmland Alone Can Feed the Whole World

Daily the mainstream media bombards us with news articles reinforcing the idea that humans are infesting the planet and overpopulating it like parasites sucking it dry of its resources. These bureaucrats have managed to convinced millions of their scheme, when in fact, it’s all a part of their plan to shove the ‘mass death’ agenda down people’s throats all while claiming they are ‘saving the Earth!’ It’s absurd! The truth is if all 7+ billion of us stood shoulder to shoulder and gathered together in the same general location it would fill only the state of Los Angeles. Or if everyone in the world was given a small house and yard and were once again gathered together in the… Read More

Study: Climate change may push hurricanes farther north, south

By Ilissa Ocko A satellite image of Irene, a Category 1 hurricane, as it made landfall in North Carolina in August of 2011. Source: NASA/NOAA GOES project The hurricane season of 2014 just kicked off, and with two devastating storms wreaking havoc along the northeastern United States coast over the last few years, it’s no wonder everyone’s on edge. We’re concerned about hurricanes becoming more frequent and intense, and about the worsening storm surge caused by a rise in sea levels. But flying under the radar is a fourth link between hurricanes and climate change: how climate change affects the location of hurricanes. A new study led by researchers at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Princeton… Read More

New report: How climate change is impacting where you live

By Ilissa Ocko The National Climate Assessment (NCA) report, prepared by the U.S. Global Change Research Program, is essentially the U.S. equivalent of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC): Using the best available science, over 300 experts synthesized current understanding of observed and future climate changes and impacts, particularly in the U.S. The third ever NCA was released today, and concludes beyond a reasonable scientific doubt that Americans are being affected by climate change. Among the findings: U.S. average temperatures have increased by 1.3 to 1.9ºF since record-keeping began in 1895, and most of this warming has occurred since 1970 Heavy precipitation has increased in many parts of the country Extremes such as heat waves, droughts, floods, and North… Read More

‘Feeding 9 billion’ requires facing up to climate change

By EDF Blogs This post was co-authored by Kritee, Senior Scientist, International Climate; Richie Ahuja, Regional Director, Asia; and Tal Lee Anderman, Tom Graff Fellow – India Low-Carbon Rural Development National Geographic’s May cover story, “Feeding 9 billion,” offers valuable insights into how to feed a growing global population while reducing agriculture’s environmental impacts. But it omits some key connections with a critical issue: climate change. Drought in the U.S. causes withering of corn. (Photo credit: Ben Fertig, IAN, UMCES) As the Food and Agriculture Organization recently documented in great detail, climate change is likely to fundamentally alter the structure of food systems around the globe. With about 43% of the world’s population employed in agriculture, it’s vital that farmers have the knowledge and tools… Read More