Iowa Climate Science Education

Monthly Archives: December 2018


Understanding Climate Change In The Southeastern US

The North Carolina Climate Office explains climate change in the Southeastern US. Temperatures are expected to go up, but are going down. Rainfall could increase or decrease. The Southeast is experiencing climate change.  Generally, temperatures are expected to become warmer…

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Rules to boost fuel economy for vehicles will do more good than harm, new study shows

From Eurekalert   Public Release: 6-Dec-2018 Findings by USC and other universities contradict claims by the Trump administration, which aims to roll back fuel economy standards University of Southern California Scholars from USC and other leading universities conclude that rules…

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World’s nations increase CO2 emissions in defiance of climate alarmist driven “Paris agreement” schemes

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The L. A. Times published a story regarding estimates by the Global Carbon Project showing that CO2 emissions would reach record levels in 2018 based on increased fossil fuel use by the world’s nations in…

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2018: Trump Winning, IPCC Losing

Don’t take it from me, this is the state of affairs according to IPCC insiders. This report comes from a carbon alarmist who is dismayed by recent developments in the battle against global warming. The Paris Climate Agreement versus the…

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