Welcome to the first day of Spring! March could be the coldest for 50 years and winter is expected to stay for yet another week

Welcome to the first day of Spring! March could be the coldest for 50 years and winter is expected to stay for yet another week

Whatever happened to global warming? Temperatures plummet on the coldest spring equinox in 50 years

Attenborough should check his facts on polar bears

Sir David Attenborough might be called a “national treasure” and our “greatest living naturalist” but it really is time he was called to account

Sir David Attenborough, one of those who wrote in support of the BBC. Click to enlarge

BBC Backs Down on Climate Change Claims

Corporation forced to delete David Attenborough’s global warming claims from a repeat broadcast of the final show of the Africa series

Heavy snowfall paralyzes much of European air traffic

Heavy snow in Europe has forced airports in several countries to cancel hundreds of flights…

Antarctic sea ice is increasing

The amount of ice in the Arctic may be at a record low but Antarctic sea ice is increasing, according to a new study

Antarctic sea ice has also increased in volume but not not as much as Arctic sea ice. Click to enlarge

Antarctica’s Sea Ice ‘Increasing Slowly,’ Scientists Say

Scientists from NASA and the British Antarctic Survey have teamed up to investigate why the sea ice around Antarctica is growing

Global warming stopped 16 years ago, reveals Met Office report quietly released…

The figures reveal that from the beginning of 1997 until August 2012 there was no discernible rise in aggregate global temperatures

Drought damaged crops.

Shrivelled US corn crop heralds supply squeeze drama

Worst drought in nearly fifty years mean the U.S. will fail to replenish ultra-low stockpiles and likely result in rising food prices

Extreme drought zones in US triple in size

The drought in America’s breadbasket is intensifying at an unprecedented rate, experts warn, concerned food prices could soar if crops in the world’s key producer are decimated

10 dead, 30,000 evacuated in Beijing downpour

The heaviest rain in six decades has left 10 people dead in the Chinese capitol and forced the evacuation of 30,000 more

Drought Monitor July 17 2012. Click to enlarge

The Price Of Corn Hits A Record High As A Global Food Crisis Looms

As if economic decline, social decay and wars and conflict in the Middle East weren’t enough, the prospect food shortages is now looming into view

Growing Death Toll from Torrential Rain in Southern Japan

Growing Death Toll from Torrential Rain in Southern Japan

Record rainfalls and flash floods have left at least 19 dead and 50,000 evacuated in southern Japan

Satellite study of Asian mountains show that glaciers are NOT melting

Study finds glaciers between Pakistan and China have remained stable and may even have grown

June set to be one of the wettest and dullest on record

Evidence from both hemispheres indicates that ‘global warming’ isn’t happening quite as expected

How the research was formed: A rendering of drilling operations during the campaign in Southern McMurdo Sound, Antarctica, from October - December 2007. Click to enlarge

NASA discovers Antarctica was pretty warm (at 7C) 20million years ago

According to a new study, evidence has been unearthed showing that ‘Global warming’ may have featured in the ancient past

Stockholm braves coldest June weather in 84 years: experts

More indications that ‘global warming’ may not be playing out exactly as we’ve been told

Global warming sceptics are BETTER-informed about science than believers

Naturally. Because the man-made ‘global warming’ propaganda is targeted at the ignorant and gullible

Christian sues NHS over ‘totalitarian’ stance on abortion

Christian sues NHS over ‘totalitarian’ stance on abortion

A Christian mental health worker who was sacked over her opposition to abortion is suing the NHS accusing it of having a “dangerously totalitarian” approach to dissent on the issue

Will's 288 round trip from London used 71 gallons of fuel and released three-quarters of ton of CO2 into the atmosphere. Click to enlarge

Will.I.Am attends climate change talk in helicoper

Arrived at a climate change debate in a private helicopter, producing the same amount of CO2 most people do in a month

Lovelock previously claimed London would be threatened by rising sea levels. Click to enlarge

Gaia theory scientist James Lovelock admits he was ‘alarmist’ about the impact of climate change

‘I made a mistake’, says the environmental scientist. Adding that others, such as former U.S. vice president Al Gore were also guilty of exaggerating their arguments