The Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) has filed a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency in an attempt to force the bureaucracy to implement new water quality standards that are geared to protect marine life resulting from human carbon emissions (.e. climate change). As reported by Reuters, CBD alleges in their 12-page legal brief filed… Read More CBD conducts “sue and settle” against EPA over ocean acidification
Since climate alarmists and environmentalists are losing the debate on climate change (formerly known as global warming), they are laying the groundwork to take up a new cause they hope will ensure victory: ocean acidification. In this video taken at the Paris climate conference in December, Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore discusses the issue.
For some time scientists have warned that rising carbon dioxide levels are making our seas more acidic which can be detrimental to sea life. However, a detailed review of hundreds of scientific manuscripts about the effects climate change has on Earth’s oceans maybe flawed and inaccurate. According to the UK Daily Mail, two Australian researchers… Read More Study: Most research on ocean acidification impacts are flawed
Since climate alarmists are losing the debate on global warming, they are turning to another climate-related matter hoping to use it as a means to continue their efforts: ocean acidification. According to a column written by UK Telegraph science columnist James Delingpole published at Breitbart London, the head of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration… Read More From global warming hysteria to ocean acidification hype
A scientist named Richard Feely ignored 85 years of existing data on ocean acidification. Watts Up With That? “…startling data omission that he told me: “eclipses even the so-called climategate event.”” Willis Eschenbach tips me to a story by Marita Noon, titled: What if Obama’s climate change policies are based on pHraud? I’ve reproduced portions of it… Read More Touchy Feely Science – one chart suggests there’s a ‘pHraud’ in omitting Ocean Acidification data in Congressional testimony