Even though it is widely agreed that the Kyoto-mandated reductions will not be sufficient to have any measurable effect on global temperatures, just agreeing to reduce seems “greener” than any solution that relies on technology, since technology is perceived to be the root of all environmental troubles anyway.
The melting of sea ice at the North Pole may be the result of a centuries-old natural cycle and not an indicator of man-made global warming, Scottish scientists have found.
Are changes in global ice cover a function of human release of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere? The facts say, “No.”
A distinguished group of climatologists disputes alarms about manmade global warming.
Powerpoint slides from Tim Ball speech on global cooling.
Is manmade global warming a problem for Canada? Think again. It’s cooling we should be worrying about.
GLOBAL warming isn’t a threat to Canada’s farm belt because scientists who say the Earth is warming are wrong, says former University of Manitoba climatologist Tim Ball.