Wildfires

Drought, which is the primary climate component regarding wildfires, is becoming less frequent and severe in the United States. Globally, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports increasing precipitation in mid-latitude locations, and no detectable decrease regarding the rest of the globe. Wildfires have always occurred and likely always will, but the Earth’s ongoing modest warming appears to be making wildfires less frequent and severe if the warming is having any impact at all.

No, Climate Change Is Not ‘Straining Budgets’ in Colorado Towns

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The Colorado Sun published a misleading and scientifically deficient article titled, “The high cost of climate change is already straining the budgets of Colorado towns.” To reach that conclusion, the article ignored real-world climate...

Washington Post, Here Is the Truth About California Wildfires

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The Washington Post has published an article, “How Escalating Climate Change Fuels California’s Infernos,” that asserts false claims about climate change without providing any meaningful supporting evidence. Data indicate natural conditions and poor land...

UN Contradicts Its Own Data to Promote Weather Disaster Alarm

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A new report issued by the United Nations World Meteorological Agency (WMA), “titled The Human Cost of Disasters,” says climate change is causing more frequent and severe weather disasters each year. PBS and other...

New England Journal of Medicine Ventures into Climate Change – Fails Badly

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At the top of Google News searches today for “climate change” is a paper published by the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) claiming climate change harms public health by causing more wildfires. Accepting...

Michael Mann Appeals to, Then Ignores Scientific Consensus on 60 Minutes

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Prominent scientist and climate activist Michael Mann appealed to an asserted scientific consensus to chastise President Donald Trump on CBS’s 60 Minutes program last night. Ironically, Mann himself ignored clear scientific consensus in order...

NPR’s Claims on Heatwaves, Drought, Fires Prove False

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NPR’s “All Things Considered” program is claiming climate change is causing in increase in heatwaves, drought, and wildfires. Utilizing supposition instead of data, NPR presents no scientific evidence to back up its claim that...

Media Blame New England Fires on Climate Change – As Region Gets Wetter

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Among the top Google News search results today under “climate change” is a Vermont Public Radio article claiming climate change is drying out New England states and causing worsening forest fighters. Objective data conclusively...

Wildfires Are ‘Greenie Fires’, Not ‘Climate Fires’

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Among the top Google News search results today for the term “climate crisis” is an article by EcoWatch titled “‘Wildfires Are Climate Fires’: How to Discuss the Climate Crisis.” For climate realists seeking to...

NPR Claims $500 Billion Climate Change Damage – Despite No Climate Link

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National Public Radio (NPR) told listeners this week that climate change has caused the United States $500 billion in damage during the past five years. Unfortunately for NPR and its climate-change agenda, NPR could...

Heartland, CEI Press Conference Addresses California Wildfires

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This morning, I joined Myron Ebell (Director of the Center for Energy and the Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute) and Steve Milloy (Board of Directors for The Heartland Institute) for a telephonic press...

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