Climate change assumptions used by governments to base policy directions on now appear severely flawed
The authors of “Taken by Storm” discuss the troubled politics of climate change
The doctrine of global warming is deeply anti-intellectual and anti-scientific
Anyone who wants to see what’s wrong with the science behind the Kyoto accord should start with Vincent Gray’s new book, The Greenhouse Delusion. One of the leading global warming skeptics, Mr. Gray has produced what amounts to a field guide to skepticism — inexpensive, colourful and fact-filled.
Three of the four methods of measuring global temperature show no signs of global warming. This study suggests that land based temperature measurements are skewed by the “urban heat island” effect.
As you may have noticed, Manitoba is suffering the most miserable spring in years. Temperatures remain below normal. With a month to go till the summer solstice (or maximum sunshine per day), the Victoria Day holiday weekend high was a …
An international poll conducted last fall by Environics, a Toronto-based survey company, exposed a high level of public confusion about the issue of global warming and the consequences of government action to contain the phenomenon.