SKEPTICAL SCIENCE NEW RESEARCH, OCTOBER 16-22, 2017...

A selection of new climate related research articles is shown below. Each week there are new research papers from all over the world. To illustrate this, the figure above shows the rough study locations of this week's papers (those who express their study location clearly in the abstract or in the title).

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BP AND SHELL PLANNING FOR CATASTROPHIC 5°C GLOBAL WARMING DESPITE PUBLICLY BACKING PARIS CLIMATE AGREEMENT...

Neither company sets targets to reduce emissions and BP’s total investment in renewable and clean technologies has actually shrunk since 2005, the report said Getty Images

 

Companies are trying to 'have their oil and drink it' by committing to 2°C in public while planning for much higher temperature rises, says shareholder campaign group, ShareAction...

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CLIMATE CHANGE MIGHT BE WORSE THAN WE THINK AFTER SCIENTISTS FIND HUGE MISTAKE IN TEMPERATURE ESTIMATES OF EARTH'S ANCIENT OCEANS...

Climate change might be even worse than we think, according to a new study that is challenging the way we measure ocean temperatures. Pictured is Ceverville Island in Antarctica

 

Climate change might be even worse than we think, according to a new study that is challenging the way we measure ocean temperatures...

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SHIPPING EXECUTIVE: ‘WE HAVE DELIBERATELY MISLED PUBLIC ON CLIMATE’...

Ships wait off the harbour in Singapore (Photo: Deposit Photos)

 

Industry veteran said lobbyists at UN shipping talks were ‘prostitutes employed by our racket to try and put one over on the general public’...

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CLIMATE CHANGE 'CAN'T OVERWHELM US'...

More events such as the Edgecumbe floods are expected as the impacts of climate change hit. Photo: RNZ / Tom Furley

 

New research revealing people's mental and physical health is hit by the effects of climate change shows the need to get ahead of the issue, says the new Climate Change Minister...

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THESE U.S. CITIES ARE MOST VULNERABLE TO MAJOR COASTAL FLOODING AND SEA LEVEL RISE...

Coastal flooding in the US capital, Washington D.C. Image: Bruno Sanchez-Andrade Nuño

 

Research Report by Climate Central...

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SAMANTHA BEE’S HELL HOUSE SCARES A CLIMATE CHANGE DENIER INTO BELIEVING...

TERRIFYING!!! Variety.com

 

Climate change deniers got the fright of their lives during Wednesday’s broadcast of “Full Frontal,” thanks to host Samantha Bee...

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US GOVERNMENT AGENCY ISSUES CLIMATE CHANGE WARNING AS REPORT FINDS NATURAL DISASTERS COST AMERICA $350 BILLION...

At least 40 people are confirmed dead in northern California wildfires and the GAO estimates wildfires like this will cost the US more if climate change is not addressed. David McNew/Getty Images

 

'We simply cannot afford the billions of dollars in additional funding...if we do not take into account the consequences of climate change'...

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The 7 Best Rules for Real Estate and Business Investment in an Escalating Global Warming World

Rueters

In this age of global warming-aggravated extreme weather events, any rational individual or business will not want to invest in real estate in a location that will be regularly (or permanently) disabled by catastrophes like the hurricanes of Harvey, Irma, and Marie, or the wildfires of northern California that just burned over 6,000 structures. The shocking estimated recovery costs of these three hurricanes alone will run from one third to one half trillion dollars...

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GANGES UNDER THREAT FROM CLIMATE CHANGE...

 

The river Ganges holds deep religious and ritualistic significance for India's million of Hindus. But climate change is endangering the holy river, reports Jasvinder Sehgal...

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