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Story of the Week... Toon of the Week... Coming Soon on SkS... Climate Feedback Claim Review... SkS Week in Review... Poster of the Week... Story...

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SkS Analogy 7 – Christmas Dinner and the Faux Pause

Posted on 9 June 2017 by Evan Tag Line Saying “No warming” since the last El Nino is likeSaying “No weight gain” since the last Christmas...

Gas-powered cars: Beginning of the end in California?

This is a re-post from Yale Climate Connections by Bruce Lieberman Can California really do it? Can it completely ban the sale of new gas-powered...

Americans are confused on climate, but support cutting carbon pollution

Posted on 6 March 2017 by dana1981 The Yale Program on Climate Change Communication published the findings of its 2016 survey on American public opinion about...

Skeptical Science New Research for Week #30, 2020

86 Articles Observations & observational methods of global warming & effects Forced Changes in the Arctic Freshwater Budget Emerge in the Early 21st Century Ocean Acidification...

Fossil fuel political giving outdistances renewables 13 to one

This is a re-post from Yale Climate Connections by Karin Kirk Corporations, special interest groups, and individuals inject billions of dollars into the American political system...

CSLDF: Model Language for Scientific Integrity Policies

A guest post by Climate Science Legal Defense Fund director Lauren Kurtz. Model Language for Scientific Integrity Policies We have published a model scientific integrity policy to help federal...

Trump fact check: Climate policy benefits vastly exceed costs

Posted on 30 June 2017 by dana1981 When people who benefit from maintaining the status quo argue against climate policies, they invariably use two misleading...

Evaluating biases in Sea Surface Temperature records using coastal weather stations

Posted on 8 January 2018 by Kevin C Science is hard. Some easy problems you can solve by hard work, if you are in the...

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