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 most accurate nationwide temperature station network, implemented in 2005, shows no sustained increase in daily high temperatures in the United States since at least 2005.
According to a reports by the United Nations, “There is low confidence in observed trends in small spatial-scale phenomena such as tornadoes.”
The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports it has “low confidence” climate change is impacting flooding.
The United States is undergoing its longest period in recorded history with fewer than 40 percent of the country experiencing “very dry” conditions.
Climate alarmists frequently respond to polar vortex events and other extreme cold weather by claiming global warming is to blame.
There has been no increase in hurricanes as the planet has modestly warmed.