Matt Ridley's 'Lukewarmist' Manifesto
POWER magazine (blog)
Call me a climate “lukewarmist.” I've long been a fan of Matt Ridley, a member of the British House of Lord and a veteran journalist with The Economist for years.
The world is getting greener. Why does no one want to know?
Back in 1908 Svante Arrhenius, a Nobel laureate and the father of the greenhouse theory, predicted something like this would happen. 'By the influence of the increasing percentage of carbonic acid in the atmosphere, we may hope to enjoy ages with more ...
1912 Newspaper Article Anticipates Anthropogenic Global Warming
The first person to use the term “greenhouse gases” was a Swedish scientist named Svante Arrhenius in 1896. In a paper published that year, he made an early calculation of how much warmer the Earth was thanks to the energy-trapping nature of some of ...
När det extrema blir det nya normala
Redan i slutet av 1800-talet insåg den svenske fysikern och kemisten Svante Arrhenius att våra utsläpp påverkar jordens klimat. – Han räknade ut att världen skulle bli varmare om vi använde mer fossila bränslen och ökade nivåerna av koldioxid i atmosfären.