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March 2010 was warmest on record

Posted on April 17th by Tom Yulsman. 2
As the map above shows, this past March was quite toasty, with the global average temperature of the land and ocean surfaces registering as the warmest on record, the ...

Snow in the U.K. — as most of globe gripped by unusual warmth

Posted on April 13th by Tom Yulsman.
The upper left map shows how the January through March mean surface temperature of the globe varied from the long-term mean. It was the second warmest such period in ...

The paranoid style in American climate politics

Posted on April 6th by Tom Yulsman. 9
Brett Stephens of the Wall Street Journal wrote a column in today's Wall Street Journal [subscription required] that brought me right back to the 1960s and 1970s. That was ...

Fashionistas prepare for the coming Ice Age

Posted on April 5th by Tom Yulsman.
Just when I thought the global cooling meme couldn't get any sillier . . . In Paris recently, fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld installed a huge faux iceberg at the Chanel fashion ...

Political change on climate change?

Posted on March 15th by Tom Yulsman. 4
I participated in a discussion on NPR's "To the Point" program today, hosted by Warren Olney, about the politics of climate change. Other participants included Frank Newport, editor ...

The causes of climate deadlock

Posted on March 9th by Tom Yulsman. 13
Over at DotEarth, Andrew Revkin of the New York Times has has posted a commentary I wrote on why, after more than 30 years of climate science, and an ...

Daniel Sarewitz: Time to get climate politics right

Posted on March 4th by Tom Yulsman. 6
A month or so ago, reporting on global warming seemed focused on the details of Climategate, the IPCC's Himalayan glacier imbroglio, and wild winter weather. Now, reporting has shifted to ...

El Niño, climate change and the East Coast storms

Posted on February 26th by Tom Yulsman. 2
By seeking the "other side" to complex science, journalists sow confusion and amplify extreme claims Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research speaking today to the Ted Scripps ...

South Dakota House denies climate change, interferes with public education of science

Posted on February 25th by Tom Yulsman. 5
Sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt and Lincoln stare out from Mt. Rushmore across the magnificent landscape of South Dakota. But I wonder what they would think ...

Hurricanes and global warming: an inconclusive science?

Posted on February 23rd by Tom Yulsman.
Scientists say a link cannot yet be made definitively, but they predict an increase in hurricane intensity The iconic image of a hurricane spewing from the smokestack on the cover for ...

The climate bats last — again

Posted on February 18th by Tom Yulsman. %
If it felt cold and snowy in January, you must live in Europe, Russia or the United States east of the Rockies. Otherwise, you probably experienced warmer than normal temperatures, ...

Jones: Warming since 1995 not statistically significant

Posted on February 13th by Tom Yulsman. 25
But skeptics misuse this statement to claim there has been no warming In an interview with the BBC, Phil Jones, the embattled director of the British Climatic Research Unit, said ...

Snow now possible in all 50 states

Posted on February 11th by Tom Yulsman. 2
Negative phase of the Arctic Oscillation is back — with a vengeance Incredibly enough, snow is forecast for Thursday night and Friday during the day, stretching all the way from ...

N.Y. Times makes a mess of politics and science right on page 1

Posted on February 11th by Tom Yulsman. 9
A photo by Senator James Inhofe of the igloo he and his family built on Capitol Hill, from his Facebook page. Is he a climate expert? The N.Y. ...

Have reporters “played poodle to their sources” on global warming?

Posted on February 11th by Tom Yulsman. 3
That's what British science writer Matt Ridley claims in a short post at the U.K. edition of the Spectator online. While journalists argue that tenacious, in-depth reporting is suffering as ...