This Week in Climate Change Denial: The Hockey Stick December 6, 2011

2010 saw the largest increase in carbon emissions ever. This is now a suicide pact between the political right and runaway consumerism.

This Week in Climate Change Denial October 25, 2011

Berkeley physicist, Richard Muller, until last week was the darling of the denialist community. However, after conducting his own study, funded in part by the Koch brothers, he recanted his skepticism and acknowledged that global warming is a scientifically proven fact. Needless to say, the right now angrily shuns him. The Economist has a fullView Full Page…

This Week in Climate Change Denial: Arctic Ice “Death Spiral” October 18, 2011

This Week in Climate Change Denial February 27, 2011

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c90nab5i-TQ What the ice cores tell us, and how the deniers distort it. Koch brothers’ effort to interfere in Canadian renewable energy initiatives here. (Their ubiquity is known as the “Kochtopus.”) Greenpeace’s detailed 2010 report on their funding of global warming denial here. The New Yorker‘s investigative report, including their ties to the Tea Party here.

This Week in Climate Change Denial: Ice Area vs Volume January 30, 2011

One Hundred Percent Renewable Energy by 2030

An excerpt from a speech delivered on January 13th, 2011, by Mark Jacobson A newly released paper by professors Mark Jacobson and Mark Delucci of Stanford University suggests that we can, using existing technology and resources, convert to one hundred percent renewable energy as early as 2030. All that is required, of course, is theView Full Page…

This Week in Climate Change Denial: Climate Science, 1956 January 6, 2011

The data has always been there, whatever the denialists say.

This Week in Climate Change Denial December 17, 2010

Russian permafrost melt

This Week in Climate Change: Water Vapor and Climate November 26, 2010

This Week in Climate Change: Al Gore at TED October 24, 2010

In his latest slide show, Al Gore presents evidence that global warming may be occurring at a faster rate than previously thought.