Posted on May 31, 2020 | In case you missed it buried in the details of my rebuttal two weeks ago about Facebook labeling a short PragerU polar bear video as “false information”, in his review of the video (18 May 2020) Canadian polar bear biologist Ian Stirling revealed that a recent survey of M’Clintock […]Annnnnnd…another Canadian polar bear subpopulation is increasing — Iowa Climate Science Education
An “especially worrying” new study finds 2,206 onshore wind, hydropower, and solar PV energy generation facilities have “already encroached on many of the world’s most important places for conserving biodiversity”, degrading 886 protected areas, 749 key biodiversity areas, and 40 distinct wilderness areas. Image Source: Rehbein et al., 2020 Even more concerning, the number of active […]Renewable Energy Threatens Thousands Of ‘Globally Important Biodiversity Areas’ – And It’s Worsening — Iowa Climate Science Education
Remember the Japanese wonder drug Ivermectin that killed Coronavirus in the lab? Some trials on patients in Bangladesh and the US are showing some promise. This is the drug I called “sheep dip” (but which is really more of a cow or horse drench now). It’s famous for stopping River Blindness and saving the eyesight […]Ivermectin, kills headlice and also coronavirus in a few early trials — Iowa Climate Science Education
Guest essay by Eric Worrall University of New South Wales, which sponsored the infamous Ship of Fools melting Antarctic expedition which got stuck in the irony, is encouraged that people listened to academic advice during the Covid-19 lockdown. 20 weitere WörterUNSW: “Is COVID-19 the dress rehearsal for climate change?” — Watts Up With That?
People send me stuff. Here’s a panel that’s almost guaranteed to go off the rails toward gloom and doom thanks to one participant who thinks climate change will be the end. 24 weitere WörterManntastic question: DEATH OR UTOPIA IN THE NEXT THREE DECADES? — Watts Up With That?
Quote of the Week: “’It is a pleasure to stand upon the shore, and to see ships tost upon the sea: a pleasure to stand in the window of the castle and to see the battle and the adventures thereof below: but no pleasure is comparable to the standing upon the vantage ground of truth…Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #411 — Watts Up With That?
Guest essay by Eric Worrall The UK Supreme Court just ruled in favour of Zambian farmers, who argued their country’s courts are not up to the job of addressing an alleged environmental crime which was allegedly committed by the Zambian subsidiary of a UK company. 10 weitere WörterTransnational UK Supreme Court Ruling May Open the Floodgates for Global Climate Change Lawsuits — Watts Up With That?
Vitamin C in COVID-19 Prevention This is not medical advice. This is a petition to federal and state governments to urgently publish recommendations for vitamin C intake as a prevention measure against COVID-19. 22 weitere WörterVitamin C in COVID-19 Prevention — Watts Up With That?