Stephan Savarese, research engineer. President of Sauvons le Climat, Saving Our Planet: https://savingourplanet.net: Whatever the reasons for climate change, it's here and it's big. I name it Climate Transition because Climate Change has become a political issue. Showing pictures of isolated cold episodes in narrow regions of the world is picturesque, but cannot change the accurate, revised, precise statistics, which show that global warming has accelerated (at least) fourfold within the past fifty years, at a rate surprisingly fast and chaotic. As a consequence, ocean level rise, which had stabilized over the past five millennia at 1 mm/year, is on the verge of crossing the 5 mm/year mark, due to accelerated sea water thermal expansion, plus continental glacier melting.
Paul Driessen, CFACT, Roger Bezdek: Saltwater intrusion clearly has been an increasing problem across much of Chesapeake Bay. Climate alarmists attribute this danger to human fossil fuel use. Reality is much different. At least for the Chesapeake region, Houston-Galveston, Texas, area, Santa Clara Valley, California, and other places around the globe, the primary cause of seawater intrusions is not rising oceans – but land subsidence due to groundwater withdrawal and to “glacial isostatic adjustments.”
Changement climatique : de l’état d’urgence à l’état de catastrophe (Stephan Savarese) French Français France16.Dec.2016
Stephan Savarese, Aerospace Engineer, President, Science Advisor and Board Member Saving Our Planet: Une fois la ceinture de l’océan et de la banquise déchirée, plus rien ne retiendra l’emballement du système climatique vers un nouveau point d'équilibre, dont la température moyenne est bien plus élevée que les 15,6°C auxquels sont habitués les grands écosystèmes.
The Climate Surprise, Why CO2 is good for the Earth (CO2 Coalition, B Everett, W Happer, C Idso, R Kimball, R Lindzen, P Moore, R Spencer)20.Nov.2016
CO2 Coalition, www.co2coalition.org: Mark Twain said, "It is not so much the things we don’t know that get us into trouble. Rather, the mischief is caused by things that we do know that ain’t so.” We “know” that carbon dioxide is “bad for the environment.” (In fact, it is a prerequisite for life.) We “know” that the level of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is reaching historically dangerous levels. (In fact, we have, these past centuries, been living through a CO2 famine. We “know” that on the subject of climate change, the “science is settled”.