Drought

Droughts have become less frequent and severe in the United States, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration data. In 2017 and then again in 2019, records were set for the smallest amount of the United States experiencing drought. Globally, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change reports increasing precipitation in mid-latitude locations, and no detectable decrease regarding the rest of the globe.

Climate Activists Push ‘Study’ Rewriting Australian Drought, Wildfire History

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A group of climate activists calling itself World Weather Attribution is claiming global warming made the 2019 Australian wildfires 30 percent more likely to occur than was the case 120 years ago. The leftist...

Climate crisis canceled: Where did all the drought go?

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NOAA reports record lack of drought - again.

Climate Change Not Causing More Droughts, Deaths or Wars; Unlikely to Harm Plankton

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A study by the Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) finds little evidence purported human-caused climate change is increasing the number or intensity of droughts or heatwaves in the United Kingdom or worldwide. Citing research in Nature Scientific Data from...

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