Boston Globe column claims that climate models have consistently failed based on no evidence

Jeff Jacoby in Boston Globe:

"Climate projections using models based on it [the water vapor feedback] have consistently failed"

— 16 Mar 2017

Claim in New Scientist that humans are responsible for over 100% of warming is mostly correct

Michael Le Page in New Scientist:

"more than 100 per cent of the warming over the past century is due to human actions"

— 11 Mar 2017

Science shows that humans are primarily responsible for climate change, counter to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt’s claim

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt in CNBC:

"I would not agree that [carbon dioxide is] a primary contributor to the global warming that we see."

— 10 Mar 2017

The world’s coral reefs are severely threatened by climate change and other human impacts, as ABC story notes

Greg Hassall & Rebecca Latham in ABC News:

"90 per cent of the world's coral reefs will disappear in the next 35 years due to coral bleaching induced by global warming, pollution and over-development."

— 27 Feb 2017

Daily Mail inflates disagreement between scientists about data handling to make unsupported accusation of data manipulation

David Rose in Daily Mail:

"world leaders were duped into investing billions over manipulated global warming data"

— 06 Feb 2017

The Wall Street Journal fails to acknowledge that 2016 was the warmest year on record

Wall Street Journal editorial in The Wall Street Journal:

"no one really knows if last year (2016) was a (global temperature) record"

— 27 Jan 2017

Global surface temperatures are increasing according to climate projections, contrary to Wall Street Journal claim

Wall Street Journal editorial in The Wall Street Journal:

"the warming is not nearly as great as the climate change computer models have predicted."

— 27 Jan 2017

Ocean acidification is expected to harm marine ecosystems overall, cherry-picking can lead to the opposite conclusion

Mike Wallace & James Delingpole in The Spectator:

"Marine life has nothing whatsoever to fear from ocean acidification."

— 10 Jan 2017

Oceans are currently acidifying, claims to the contrary contradict observations

Mike Wallace & James Delingpole in The Spectator:

"there has been no reduction in oceanic pH levels in the last century"

— 10 Jan 2017

Claim that Arctic warming is already influencing mid-latitude weather correct but still under investigation

Damian Carrington in The Guardian:

"The jet stream meanders more, with big loops bringing warm air to the frozen north and cold air into warmer southern climes."

— 21 Dec 2016