Signers of the petition include U.S. and international atmospheric scientists, meteorologists, physicists, professors and others taking issue with the UN’s attempts to combat “dangerous” climate change.
Continue reading Hundreds of scientists petition Trump to withdraw from U.N. climate-change agency
Earlier this month, Congressman Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) introduced H.R. 861, a bill to abolish the the EPA. Continue reading Bill to Eliminate EPA Introduced in Congress
“Due to the record breaking snow year we’ve extended the ski season until April 16th!” says the Keystone Resort’s web page. Continue reading Record Snowfall – Colorado Ski Resort Extends Season
Up to 16 inches (40 cm) of snow fell across Wyoming, Nebraska and Colorado yesterday, then began moving into the central U.S. Continue reading Snowstorms and blizzards across central U.S.
“We’ve had so much snow to the point where it’s getting hard to measure.” Continue reading Snow up to the eaves at Lake Tahoe – See photos
Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows has received some 565 inches of snowfall this season – more than 47 feet (14.35 meters). Continue reading Ski California on the 4th of July
NOAA “has deceived the American people by falsifying data to justify a partisan agenda.” – House Science Committee Chairman Congressman Lamar Smith Continue reading Congress Investigates After Whistleblower Exposes Fake Science
Very strong winter storm. Blizzard conditions expected along I-80 east of Rock Springs… over South Pass and in the Jeffrey City… Sweetwater Station area later tonight through Thursday. Continue reading 12 to 18 inches of snow for Wyoming – Blizzard warning in effect
In addition to flooding in several cities in the state of Victoria, snowfall accumulated at the highest points. Continue reading Snowing in midsummer in southern Australia
This year’s cold and heavy snowfall in Mongolia are far worse than last year, according to the UN. Continue reading UN responding to Mongolia crisis