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  • Medical Journals Call for Urgent Climate Action

    09/08/2021 11:10:48 AM PDT · by nickcarraway · 26 replies
    Medpage Today ^ | September 7, 2021 | Kristina Fiore
    — Over 200 public health, medical journals around the world publish editorial on "climate crisis" by Kristina Fiore, Director of Enterprise & Investigative Reporting, MedPage Today September 7, 2021 In an unprecedented move, medical journals from around the world have simultaneously published an op-ed calling for urgent action on climate change. Written by 17 medical journal editors, along with two additional co-authors, the op-ed was published Sunday in more than 220 public health and medical journals, according to the U.K. Health Alliance on Climate Change, which coordinated the publication. Authors include Eric Rubin, MD, PhD, of the New England Journal...
  • We’re Getting a Clearer Picture of the Climate Future — and It’s Not as Bad as It Once Looked

    12/28/2019 11:28:35 AM PST · by NoLibZone · 55 replies ^ | 12/28/19 | David Wallace-Wells
    For once, the climate news might be better than you thought. It’s certainly better than I’ve thought. You may not have noticed it, amid the flood of bad news about the “Emissions Gap” and the collapse of the COP25 climate conference in Madrid, but over the last few weeks a new narrative about the climate future has emerged, on balance encouraging, at least to an alarmist like me. It is this: As best as we can understand and project the medium- and long-term trajectories of energy use and emissions, the window of possible climate futures is probably narrowing, with both...
  • [NOAA] Winter Outlook favors warmer temperatures for much of U.S. [of-course]

    12/01/2018 7:04:17 AM PST · by daniel1212 · 42 replies
    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ^ | October 18, 2018 | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
    A mild winter could be in store for much of the United States this winter according to NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. In the U.S. Winter Outlook for December through February, above-average temperatures are most likely across the northern and western U.S., Alaska and Hawaii. Additionally, El Nino has a 70 to 75 percent chance of developing. “We expect El Nino to be in place in late fall to early winter,” said Mike Halpert, deputy director of NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center. “Although a weak El Nino is expected, it may still influence the winter season by bringing wetter conditions across the...
  • Israel Warns UN: Gaza Plan to Burn Tires ‘Ecologic Catastrophe’

    04/05/2018 5:25:47 PM PDT · by Roman_War_Criminal · 21 replies
    BIN ^ | 4/5/18 | Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz
    Maj. Gen. Yoav Mordechai, the IDF head of the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, wrote a letter to Tedros Adhanom, the head of the World Health Organization, an agency of the United Nations concerned with international public health, warning that Hamas’ plan to burn a massive amounts of tires on the border with Israel on Friday would be an “ecologic catastrophe.” “The Hamas terrorist organization, which controls the Gaza Strip, has issued an order to burn about 10,000 tires this Friday along the border with Israel,” Mordechai wrote. “The burning of tires in such a huge quantity will...
  • New Orleans Official Blamed Flooding On ‘Climate Change,’ But Broken Pumps Were To Blame

    08/12/2017 9:58:32 AM PDT · by PROCON · 63 replies ^ | Aug. 10, 2017 | MICHAEL BASTASCH
    New Orleans Sewerage and Water Board director Cedric Grant blamed widespread flooding over the weekend on “climate change,” but it wasn’t long before news broke that broken water pumps were actually to blame. Throughout the week, media reports have shown that New Orleans’s antiquated water pumping system failed to keep flooding at bay, and the problem hasn’t been resolved. The mayor’s office warned Thursday morning a fire had taken out a turbine that powers most water pumping stations in the East Bank of New Orleans. With more heavy rain forecast for this week, Mayor Mitch Landrieu is asking residents to...
  • "Summaries of the CRUgate Files."

    11/22/2009 6:59:30 AM PST · by jdogbearhunter · 30 replies · 1,394+ views
    Biship Hill ^ | November 20, 2009 | Bishop Hill
    "General reaction seems to be that the CRUgate emails are genuine, but with the caveat that there could be some less reliable stuff slipped in. In the circumstances, here are some summaries of the CRUgate files. I'll update these as and when I can. The refs are the email number. Phil Jones writes to University of Hull to try to stop sceptic Sonia Boehmer Christiansen using her Hull affiliation. Graham F Haughton of Hull University says its easier to push greenery there now SB-C has retired.(1256765544) Michael Mann discusses how to destroy a journal that has published sceptic papers.(1047388489) Tim...
  • Wind Turbines Whip Up Health Fears

    08/13/2008 7:30:10 AM PDT · by Incorrigible · 98 replies · 237+ views
    Newhouse News ^ | 8/12/2008 | Richard Cockle
    Wind Turbines Whip Up Health Fears By RICHARD COCKLE  BOARDMAN, Ore. — Sherry Eaton pulled into the driveway of her rural, high-desert home to see one of several giant wind turbines being assembled a half-mile away. "I started to cry," Eaton, 57, recalled of her first sight of the Willow Creek Wind Project in late July. "They're going to be hanging over the back of our house, and now there's the medical thing." "The medical thing" is new research suggesting that living close to wind turbines, as Eaton and her 60-year-old husband, Mike, soon will be doing, can cause sleep...
  • Canadian Environmental Guru: Jail Politicians Who Deny Climate Change

    02/12/2008 3:29:15 PM PST · by Between the Lines · 28 replies · 116+ views
    LifeSite ^ | February 11, 2008 | John Jalsevac
    MONTREAL, Quebec, February 11, 2008 ( - There are very few Canadians who would not immediately recognize the face of David Suzuki, Canada's environmentalist extraordinaire. In Canada the name of Suzuki is almost synonymous with environmentalism, with his fame and reputation having been solidified by years of successful lecturing, activism, and internationally syndicated television programs, including the famous The Nature of Things. He is often described with the words "prophet" or "guru," and is widely hailed for his "wisdom." Besides having been awarded the highest award possible for a Canadian citizen - the Order of Canada - Suzuki has been...
  • Just How Crazy Is Al Gore?

    01/28/2008 1:17:15 PM PST · by rellimpank · 44 replies · 41+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | 28 jan 08 | Alan Caruba
    Just how crazy is Al Gore? That was the question that popped, once again, into my brain as I read a January 24 Agence France Press news story out of the Davos meeting of business and political elite. Gore asserted that, “the North Pole ice caps may disappear entirely during summer months within five years…” I was instantly reminded of the story that ran in The New York Times in August 2000 claiming that the Pole was free of ice for the first time in 50 million years. It wasn’t, of course, because people who have actually been to the...