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- Partisan polarization on climate change is worse than ever
- Three things Ottawa should do to fight climate change
- It’s Happening Now: Climate Change Is Killing Off the Yellow Cedar
- ‘Next year or the year after, the Arctic will be free of ice’
- Could Ontario's climate strategy trigger an industrial exodus?
- Why Obama’s top scientist just called keeping fossil fuels in the ground ‘unrealistic’
- On Climate Change, Pence and Trump Are a Perfect Match
- As climate change worsens wildfires, smokejumpers fight blazes from the sky
- Why Trudeau’s Commitment to Harper’s Old Emissions Target Might Not Be Such Bad News After All
- The New Climate Denialism: Time for an Intervention
- Canada’s New Carbon Price: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
- Hydro Reservoirs Produce Way More Emissions Than We Thought: Study
- UN Environment Boss Tells Canada's Fossil Fuel Leaders to 'Embrace the Change'
- We have money to fight climate change. It's just that we're spending it on defense
- MPs vote 207 to 81 to back Paris climate change agreement
- Climate change debate turns to how it will affect Justin Trudeau and Lisa Raitt's loved ones
- So, Are Americans Going to Talk About Climate Change This Election?
- Science of Disbelief: When Did Climate Change Become All About Politics?
- UN ratifies aircraft climate-change emissions agreement
- Scientists fear we’re about to blow past the red line for climate change
- Local impacts outweigh climate change for energy project opponents: report
- Can trees adapt to climate change? Perhaps not easily
Whew! Thank goodness the climate experts aren't infallible!
“… in 2007 Prof Wadhams [of Cambridge University ] predicted that sea ice would be lost by 2013 after levels fell 27 per cent in a single year. However by 2013 ice levels were actually 25 per cent higher than they had been six years before. In 2012, following another record low Prof Wadhams changed his prediction to 2016.
The view was supported by Prof Maslowski [of the Naval Postgraduate School] …”