Climate Fact-Check March 2023 Edition

From ClimateRealism

BySteve Milloy

Guest Post by: The Competitive Enterprise Institute, The Heartland Institute, the Energy & Environmental Legal Institute, the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, and the International Climate Science Coalition, and Truth in Energy and Climate.

Editor’s note: This summary serves as a fact check on the biggest false claims made in the media in March, 2023. 

March 2023 witnessed the release of the final installment of the most recent United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.

Meet the new alarm.

Same as the old alarm.

More on the IPCC report later. Meanwhile, here are 10 other scary climate stories from March 2023.

Links: TheWashington Post article, “Permits already issued,” “proposing to issue permits,” nature communications study.

Links: The Washington Postreporttweetannual tornado activity.

Links: Associated Press article.

Links: The Washington Post articleNature study.

Links: Reuters article, Joe Bastardi tweet, underwater volcanic activity.

Links: CNN article.

Links: Roast Magazine articleRead more.

Links: Axios reportRead more.

Links: The New York TimesarticleThe Washington PostarticleRutgers snow lab data.

Links: The Washington Post articleRead more.

Final Word. The Washington Post reported in “This visual shows how climate change will affect generations” this graph from the new IPCC report.

But this graph is missing a few facts, as annotated below.

See you in May for the April Climate Fact Check!

Originally posted at, reposted with permission.

To read the original document at, click here.

Steve Milloy

Steve Milloy is a recognized leader in the fight against junk science with more than 25 years of accomplishment and experience.

He is the founder of and a policy advisor to The Heartland Institute.