By Paul Homewood
The GWPF have now published my latest report on UK climate trends:
The UK Parliament declared a climate emergency earlier this year. And they are not the only ones. It is estimated that half of the UK’s principal local authorities have done the same.
Meanwhile the Committee on Climate Change claim that extreme weather events are increasing, and the head of the Environment Agency has stated that global warming is driving both more extreme weather and hotter drier summers.
But where is the evidence for any of this? After all, it should be obvious by now, if there really was such an emergency.
Using the recently published UK Met Office “State of the UK Climate 2018”, along with other Met Office data, this paper examines UK climatic trends and assesses the truth of climate emergency claims.
The analysis finds that:
There was a step up in temperatures…
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