Extreme weather events are often attributed to climate change, but weather and climate are not the same thing.
Real-world data show no significant increase in extreme weather over the past 100 years.
Peer reviewed research, informed by real-world data, clearly shows deaths associated with cold temperatures significantly outnumber heat related deaths by almost 10 to 1.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) defines climate as “…the average weather conditions for a particular location and over a long period of time.”
Coral coverage on the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) set the record for the highest amount measured in 36 years of consistent record keeping by the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS) in 2022, breaking the record set the previous year.
The biggest mortality issue facing beekeepers is Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), which is unrelated to climate change.
The asserted causes of so-called “climate refugees”— increasing crop failures, catastrophic weather events, and islands lost to rising seas— have not materialized.
Most islands and atolls in the Pacific Ocean, including Tuvalu, are growing, not shrinking.
The number of malaria deaths occurring globally has declined in recent decades, not increased, despite modest global warming.