Articles Tagged: Patrick Michaels

Social Cost of Carbon

  Video of the Institute’s February 26 meeting discussing the use of the social cost of carbon.  

Considering the Social Cost of Carbon

Feb26 Considering the Social Cost of Carbon 9:00 am – 10:30 am

What the New IPCC Global Warming Projections Should Have Looked Like

There are two prominent and undeniable examples of the models’ insufficiencies: 1) climate models overwhelmingly expected much more warming to have taken place over the past several decades than actually occurred; and 2) the sensitivity of the earth’s average temperature to increases in atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations (such as carbon dioxide) averages some 60 percent greater in the IPCC’s climate models than it does in reality.

Shattered Consensus: Four Authors Discuss Their New Book on Climate Science

Feb24 Shattered Consensus: Four Authors Discuss Their New Book on Climate Science 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Climate and National Security: Considering the Connection

Jun08 Climate and National Security: Considering the Connection 8:30 am – 11:00 am

Shattered Consensus: The True State of Global Warming

The Marshall Institute is pleased to release its latest book, Shattered Consensus: The True State of Global Warming. This volume consists of ten essays on global warming, covering the earth?s temperature history and disparities between what has been predicted about climate change and what has actually been observed. The chapters highlight substantial anomalies and new […]

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