Month: November 2021

There Has Been No Trend In A ‘Key Holistic Variable Indicating Climate Change’ Since 2001

The Greenland end-of-melt-season snowline should presumably be exhibiting a trend consistent with consequential Greenland ice sheet melt, especially an increase in the bare ice area. Yet, consistent with the recent non-warming trend for Greenland, there has been no statistically significant linear trend in these key climate change metrics. The Polar Portal Arctic tracking website includes […]

Climate crisis posing growing risk to the homeless, UK charities tell ministers

Letter calls for urgent action this winter to help those with no, or inadequate, housing Homeless people and those in poor housing are at increasing risk from the climate crisis, while suffering the consequences of our dependence on costly fossil fuels, housing charities have warned. The leaders of three of the UK’s biggest housing charities […]