Articles tagged with: Heat wave
Article in Business Insider accurately describes results from a study estimating up to 3 billion people could live in much warmer temperatures by 2070
in Business Insider, by Sarah Al-Arshani
— 12 May 2020
The article in Business Insider discusses findings from a study published May, 2020 that projected one to three billion people could live in much warmer climates by 2070, assuming ...
Popular article in The Independent accurately summarizes June heat in Europe
in The Independent, by Conrad Duncan
— 05 Jul 2019
"The article accurately and clearly states the facts regarding the recent extreme heat in June 2019 and its link to anthropogenic warming. This includes acknowledging that, at this..
Daily Mail correctly reports that climate change leads to more severe heatwaves, but explanation of recent weather is off the mark
in Daily Mail, by Joe Pinkstone
— 07 Jul 2018
"Mostly this article is accurate in its reporting of the recent heat over North America and Eurasia. However, there are a few misleading statements, including the headline, that ex..
The Australian’s coverage of Great Barrier Reef study creates perception that scientists are divided
in The Australian, by Graham Lloyd
— 22 Apr 2018
"The Australian chooses to present a mixed message on this story when the science is extremely clear. The title and quote from Prof. Kaempf do not represent the views of the broade..
Scientists explain what New York Magazine article on “The Uninhabitable Earth” gets wrong
in New York Magazine, by David Wallace-Wells
— 12 Jul 2017
"While it is clear that ongoing warming of the global climate would eventually have very severe consequences, the concept of the Earth becoming uninhabitable within anywhere near t..
New York Times story highlights the growing number of extremely hot days in a warming world
in The New York Times, by Brad Plumer & Nadja Popovich
— 26 Jun 2017
"The study’s claims all appear to be based on sound, peer-reviewed research. The claims are in line with longstanding predictions and are not cherry-picked or unrepresentative, a..
Analysis of “Here’s why it’s so frickin’ hot right now”
in Mashable, by Andrew Freedman
— 28 Feb 2017
"a nice summary of the current warm events in the bigger context of climate change. I caution against using a single month of data to support claims about climate change impacts on..
Heat waves in the U.S. have already become more frequent and intense due to global warming
the U.S. is shattering high temperature records far more frequently than it is shattering low temperature records
SOURCE: Chris Mooney, The Washington Post
Published: 24 Jul 2016