New Major Report
Estimates of Global Food Production in the Year 2050 — Will We Produce Enough to Adequately Feed the World?: Government leaders and policy makers should take notice of the findings of this important new analysis of the world food situation; for doing what climate alarmists claim is needed to fight global warming will surely consign earth’s human population to a world of woe, while doing next to nothing in terms of altering the current warm phase of the planet’s surface temperature.
Sixth International Conference on Climate Change
The 2011 Sixth International Conference on Climate change, organized by the Heartland Institute, will take place in Washington DC, June 30- July 1 at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. We encourage you to attend this event that is co-sponsored by our Center. Details on registering can be obtained by clicking here.
Global Warming Spurs “Spring Cleaning” of Honeybees: When the weather warms earlier with each successive spring, honeybees begin their seasonal work at an increasingly earlier date.
Greenland Ice Melt: Past and Present: What do we learn from a new two-and-a-quarter-century record?
Precipitation Extremes Along North America’s West Coast: Are they increasing in the ways suggested by climate models?
Cardiovascular Deaths and the Weather in Budapest: How are the two related?
Climate and Malaria in the Highlands of Bangladesh: Does the former influence the latter, as so many claim it does?
Ozone Damage to Vegetation in Europe’s Future: How much worse might it get?
The Future of North American Wheat Production: What lessons can we learn from the past?
Ocean Acidification Database
The latest addition of peer-reviewed data archived to our database of marine organism responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment is Winged Kelp [Alaria esculenta]. To access the entire database, click here.
Plant Growth Database
Our latest results of plant growth responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment obtained from experiments described in the peer-reviewed scientific literature are: Korean Pine (Zhou et al., 2011) and Scots Pine (Zhouet al., 2011).
Medieval Warm Period Project
Was there a Medieval Warm Period? YES, according to data published by 983 individual scientists from 566 research institutions in 43 different countries … and counting! This issue’s Medieval Warm Period Record comes from Lake Skardtjorna, Western Spitsbergen, Svalbard, Norway. To access the entire Medieval Warm Period Project’s database, click here.
World Temperatures Database
Back by popular demand and upgraded to allow patrons more choices to plot and view the data, we reintroduce the World Temperatures section of our website. Here, users may plot temperatures for the entire globe or regions of the globe. A newly added feature allows patrons the ability to plot up to six independent datasets on the same graph. Try it today. World Temperatures Database. (co2science.org)