Daily Mail claim about 2016 global temperature record is misleading

David Rose in The Daily Mail:

"El Niño drove record highs in global temperatures suggesting rise may not be down to man-made emissions."

— 02 Dec 2016

Wall Street Journal op-ed ignores evidence of negative impacts of increasing CO2

Harrison Schmitt & Rodney Nichols in The Wall Street Journal:

"Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide has helped raise global food production and reduce poverty."

— 02 Nov 2016

Sea level rise is accelerating, and with it the risk associated with coastal storm surge, contrary to claim in Forbes

Roy Spencer in Forbes:

"Sea level rise, which was occurring long before humans could be blamed, has not accelerated."

— 01 Nov 2016

Sea level could rise by as much as 1 or 2 meters (3.3-6.6 feet) by the year 2100

Justin Gillis in The New York Times:

"Sea level rise could reach six or seven feet by the year 2100."

— 06 Sep 2016

Heat waves in the U.S. have already become more frequent and intense due to global warming

Chris Mooney in The Washington Post:

"the U.S. is shattering high temperature records far more frequently than it is shattering low temperature records"

— 24 Jul 2016