2013: Will U.S. Temperature Be Below Average?

December 13, 2013.

High-profile Paper Linking GMO Corn to Cancer in Rats Retracted

December 4, 2013.

Major Sports Organizations Discuss Climate Change with Bicameral Task Force

November 21, 2013.

With or Without a “Pause” Climate Models Still Project Too Much Warming

November 19, 2013.

Victory for Cato: Feds Now Seeking Input on the Social Cost of Carbon

November 12, 2013.

Current Wisdom: Observations Now Inconsistent with Climate Model Predictions for 25 (going on 35) Years

November 5, 2013.

Thanks to Natural Gas and Climate Change, U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions Continue Downward Trend

October 23, 2013.

Climate Models’ Tendency to Simulate Too Much Warming and the IPCC’s Attempt to Cover That Up

October 10, 2013.

Just in Time for Halloween Come Some Scary Global Warming Predictions

October 10, 2013.

What the New IPCC Global Warming Projections Should Have Looked Like

October 4, 2013.

Band-aids Can’t Fix the New IPCC Report

September 27, 2013.

New IPCC Report Will Be Internally Inconsistent and Misleading

September 26, 2013.

More IPCC Misdirection: Its Dodgy Sea Level-Rise Assessment

September 24, 2013.

EPA Intervention Where None Is Needed

September 20, 2013.

An Unhappy Birthday: Keystone XL Application Turns 5

September 20, 2013.

The IPCC Is Pretty Much Dead Wrong

September 19, 2013.

Peer-reviewed or Not, the IPCC Accepts Our Conclusion

September 17, 2013.

A Further Look at the Social Cost of Carbon

September 13, 2013.

Helping Out the Times

September 10, 2013.

Re: Did Global Warming Reduce the Impacts of Sandy?

September 4, 2013.

Social Cost of Carbon Goes Mainstream

September 3, 2013.

The Tenuous Link between Stronger Winter Storms and Global Warming Becomes Even Weaker

August 28, 2013.

An Example of the Abuse of the Social Cost of Carbon

August 23, 2013.

IPCC Chooses Option No. 3

August 22, 2013.

Current Wisdom: Even More Low Climate Sensitivity Estimates

August 14, 2013.