JUDITH CURRY
  • by Judith Curry A range of scenarios for global mean surface temperature change between 2020 and 2050, derived using a semi-empirical approach. All three modes of natural climate variability – volcanoes,...
  • by Kenneth Fritsch Identification of significant differences between the historical and future CMIP5 simulations for intrinsic climate sensitivities. Introduction There are a number of climate science...
  • by Peter Lang and Ken Gregory A new paper ‘Economic impact of energy consumption change caused by global warming’ finds global warming may be beneficial. In this blog post we reproduce the Abstract,...
  • by Alberto Zaragoza Comendador The IPCC’s First Assessment Report (FAR) made forecasts or projections of future concentrations of carbon dioxide that turned out to be too high...
  • by Ross McKitrick Challenging the claim that a large set of climate model runs published since 1970’s are consistent with observations for the right reasons...
  • by Frank Bosse Equilibrium climate sensitivity computed from the latest energy imbalance data. The Earth Energy Imbalance (EEI) is a key issue for estimating climate sensitivity. If EEI is positive...
  • by Jacques Hagoort Why the IPCC carbon budgets in SR1.5 are over conservative, and the CO2 reduction pathways are too stringent. Abstract Carbon Budgets specify the total amount of CO2 that can be...
  • by Judith Curry Happy New Year! An end of year post.  Not that I have much to say at the moment, but I think we need a new thread. Here are a few ‘end of year’ articles, looking back...
  • by Vaughan Pratt An alternative perspective on 3 degrees C? This post was originally intended as a short comment questioning certain aspects of the methodology in JC’s post of December 23, “3...
  • by Judith Curry Is 3 C warming over the 21st century now the ‘best estimate’?  A reframing of how we think about climate change over the 21st century, and my arguments for 1 C...
  • By Nic Lewis In an earlier article here I discussed a Comment on Lewis and Curry 2018 (LC18) by Kevin Cowtan and Peter Jacobs (CJ20), and a Reply from myself and Judith Curry recently published by...
  • By Nic Lewis A comment on LC18 (recent paper by Lewis and Curry on climate sensitivity)  by Cowtan and Jacobs has been published, along with our response. Introduction In an earlier article here...
  • by Judith Curry “I genuinely have the fear that climate change is going to kill me and all my family, I’m not even kidding it’s  all I have thought about for the last 9 months every second...
  • by Judith Curry The UN Climate Change Conference this week in Madrid provides an important opportunity to reflect on state of the public debate surrounding climate change...
  • by Judith Curry My reflections on Climategate 10 years later, and also reflections on my reflections of 5 years ago. Last week, an email from Rob Bradley reminded me of my previous blog post The legacy...
  • by Judith Curry “Letting go of the phantastic mathematical objects and achievables of model- land can lead to more relevant information on the real world and thus better-informed decision- making.”...
  • by Planning Engineer Five years ago today I started guest blogging on Climate Etc., focusing on energy related issues. My initial goal was to share some insights in a more formal fashion on energy...
  • By Nic Lewis The recently published open-access paper “How accurately can the climate sensitivity to CO2 be estimated from historical climate change?” by Gregory et al.[i] makes a number...
  • by Judith Curry Some thoughts in response to a query from a reporter. I received the following questions today from a reporter, related to climate change and ‘timelines.’   These questions...
  • By Nic Lewis The editors of Nature have retracted the Resplandy et al. paper. Readers may recall that last autumn I wrote several article critiquing the Resplandy et al. (2018) ocean heat uptake study...
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