Month: May 2020

End Of May Antarctic Sea Ice Extent Highest In Five Years… No Evidence Of Warming Or Melting

Over the past 40 years of satellite observation, Antarctic sea ice defied global warming predictions and gained impressively. The mean temperature of the southern ice cap also shows no warming. In 2017, after decades of inconvenient rise, sea ice extent suddenly fell to record low level and panic activity among global warming alarmists began to […]

The coming recession is the best reason to step up the pace of renewables investment | Frank Jotzo

It will not do to wait until the next power plant announces its closure. Building alternative infrastructure should start now The Covid-19 recession will bring fiscal stimulus on a massive scale. There are high hopes that the recovery will be green but it could be an uphill struggle. A big opportunity for Australia’s governments is […]

Sea Surface Temperature (SST) from January 2016 through March 2020

Sea Surface Temperature (SST) from January 2016 through March 2020 This visualization shows sea surface temperature (SST) data from January 2016 through March 2020. Ocean temperatures are displayed between 0 degrees Celsius (C) and 32 degrees C. Sea surface temperature (water temperature at the sea's surface, where the ocean is in direct contact with the atmosphere) plays a large role in climate and weather. […]