Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project is a success

I recently wrote about Al Gore’s new project, The Climate Reality Project. It took place on September 14th and gathered more than 8.6 million people all over the world. Oddly enough, little to nothing was said or heard about in France. The one-hour presentation by Al Gore reminded me of An Inconvenient Truth. I would… Continue reading Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project is a success

Temperatures are going up and up…

I believe it is getting harder and harder for deniers to keep pretending climate change is a hoax (or a conspiracy…). Here are three articles that got my attention last week : First, Arctic Sea ice melt on track to set new record low in 2011. The second was about the heat wave scorching the… Continue reading Temperatures are going up and up…

Claude Allegre, the French climate imposter

In France, climate change deniers are few. As a matter of fact, I can think about only one name : Claude Allègre, a former scientist who now is a politician.  His latest book – L’imposture climatique – is a model for climate deniers. Real Climate proposes a compelling article on the many mistakes written there. As… Continue reading Claude Allegre, the French climate imposter

Are we heading toward global cooling ?

With the wave of cold weather in the Northern Hemisphere (America, Europe, Asia) of the previous weeks, some skeptical people believe Earth is heading toward a global cooling or more simply that there is no global warming. Don’t rejoice to fast. As I noted previously weather forecasts and climate are totally different. See why here. There… Continue reading Are we heading toward global cooling ?

My answer to climate change deniers

Yesterday  I had my first visit and comment from a climate change denier. This means that this blog is becoming bigger. I am also happy as this leads to exchanging ideas. I left a quite lengthy reply but think this deserves to be much bigger. You will find in today’s article what I will now… Continue reading My answer to climate change deniers