The world has a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” to pour investment into clean energy and create millions of new jobs, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA). Its “sustainable recovery plan” for the coronavirus pandemic lays out a series...
"This article focuses only on specific lines of evidence that climate models disagree with observations. In doing so, the authors ignore research that helps to reconcile differences between models and observations. The authors do not consider...
Zeke HausfatherHere is the fact check in question. Its pretty clear that the glaring inaccuracies in the original piece are not simply differences of scientific opinion!
Climate scientists working as fact-checkers for Facebook evaluated a post by a White House-connected group that claims the world needs to burn more fossil fuels.They marked it as false under the social medium's standards. It didn't last long.
Renewables were the largest source of new energy in 2019, but there were still record highs for oil, gas and CO2 emissions, according to new global data from oil giant BP. Low-carbon electricity generation also matched global coal power for the...
Reaching the peak of human-produced greenhouse gases would signal a historic turning point, but Earth is still projected to get warmer without a more drastic reduction.
Zeke HausfatherDid global emissions peak in 2019? Not without continued decarbonization (in which policy plays a large role). But if we continue rapidly deploying clean energy and pursue a green recovery we just might. The world is at an inflection point. nbcnews.com/science/enviro… 1/3