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Cooling In Eurasia, North America, Africa, Australia, South America, Greenland, Antarctica Undercuts ‘Global’ Warming — NoTricksZone

In recent decades there have been “notable cooling trends” throughout many regions of the globe according to several new studies. A year ago NoTricksZone (NTZ) announced… 530 weitere Wörter

Cooling In Eurasia, North America, Africa, Australia, South America, Greenland, Antarctica Undercuts ‘Global’ Warming — NoTricksZone

DWD Reverses: Admits Data From Germany’s Infamous Ultra-Hot Lingen Weather Station Need To Be Rechecked — NoTricksZone

Recently I wrote here how Germany’s now infamous record-setting weather station in Lingen was producing readings that were 2-3°C hotter than surrounding stations, yet the German DWD weather service refused to acknowledge the station was likely producing bad data. 516 weitere Wörter

DWD Reverses: Admits Data From Germany’s Infamous Ultra-Hot Lingen Weather Station Need To Be Rechecked — NoTricksZone

UK ELECTRICITY SYSTEM IN RAPID DECLINE DUE TO RENEWABLE INCREASES — climate science

London, 10 June — The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) is today publishing a collection of papers by energy expert Dr John Constable, documenting the rapid decay of the UK electricity system, with system balancing costs spiralling out of control over the last few weeks. 1.567 weitere Wörter

UK ELECTRICITY SYSTEM IN RAPID DECLINE DUE TO RENEWABLE INCREASES — climate science

UK HOUSEHOLDS ARE USING MORE ENERGY DURING LOCKDOWN — climate science

Almost 14 Million UK Households Face £288m Energy Bill Shock’Energy Live News, 4 June 2020 A £288 million energy bill shock could soon be knocking on the door of almost 14 million households in the UK. 85 weitere Wörter

UK HOUSEHOLDS ARE USING MORE ENERGY DURING LOCKDOWN — climate science

Study: Coral Reef Islands Grow with Rising Sea Level — Watts Up With That?

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Another study confirming that coral reef islands are dynamic, and adjust rapidly to changes in sea level. NEWS RELEASE 10-JUN-2020 Island ‘drowning’ is not inevitable as sea levels rise UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH Coral reef islands across the world could naturally adapt to survive the impact of rising sea levels, according…

Study: Coral Reef Islands Grow with Rising Sea Level — Watts Up With That?

California Continues to Inflict More Costs onto the Energy Used by Residents — Watts Up With That?

Rather than reducing demand, the state imposes more costs on the supply By Ronald Stein Ambassador for Energy & Infrastructure, Irvine, California The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decided on May 28th that climate lawsuits filed by San Mateo County and the cities of San Francisco and Oakland asserting a California public nuisance claim against…

California Continues to Inflict More Costs onto the Energy Used by Residents — Watts Up With That?