If you missed our major event with Ezra Levant and Dr. John Harper, see videos of their presentations on the event page HERE.
Geothermal for Alberta? A Case for Caution, here
Robert Lyman on the implications of climate change targets for Canada, here.
McKitrick on Climate Change" - click here for video clip series.
Climate changes throughout time. Climate models are flawed as shown by the hiatus. See here
Click graph for larger version. Global sea ice area has increased since 2011.
Help us stop dangerous CO2 reduction policies.
A Confluence of Carbonbaggers, here
The greenhouse effect has changed very little. Temperatures may increase by 0.3 C by 2100 in response to CO2 emissions. See report here.
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See Burning Questions phase out coal report, click here.
Alberta’s Proposed Climate Plan: A Burden with No Benefit, here
The Canadian Climate Model - No match to observations!
See article HERE
Consensus on Global Warming? See our report: 97% Consensus? NO! Global Warming Math Myths & Social Proofs table here.
Save the scientific method from Big Green propaganda and faulty science.
Carbon Dioxide has nominal impact on temperature.
"New Report Challenges CANGEA’s Geothermal Claims about Replacing Alberta Power Generation" Here
"Report: “Why Renewable Energy Cannot Replace Fossil Fuels by 2050” Will Shock Green Investors" Here
"Friends of Science say Debate Alberta’s Carbon Tax and Climate Change Plan" Here
More Press Releases Here
Graph of New climate model projections and observations Here. Huge discrepancy!
See Our Position Paper Here
Carbon dioxide is plant food. CO2 emissions increase crop yields and the forest's productivity.
Carbon dioxide is a wonderful by-product of fossil fuel use.
See our report on the Alberta climate plan and the social cost of carbon, short version here, technical version here.
Greenhouse gas emissions are very beneficial, with net benefits in Canada continually increasing throughout the 21st century. The social cost of carbon best estimate on a global basis is -17 US$/tCO2 and is extremely likely less than -4 US$/tCO2. The social benefits greatly exceed the social costs.
Do you need more time to study these graphs? See our Climate Science Essay for sources and discussion of these and other graphs here, see Climate Science here.
SIX THINGS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE: 1. The earth's atmosphere is warming very slowly. Click here. This debate matters! The science matters. See our FoS Extracts, a summary of current climate stories for 2015, click here. FoS Extracts are emailed to members several times per month. See our comprehensive essay on climate change science, click here. See our science summary, Global Warming or Cooling?, click here. This may be printed and folded to form a pamphlet. See Climate Science News for 2015, click here.
2. The Sun causes climate change. Click here.
3. Al Gore was wrong about CO2. Click here.
4. Violent weather isn’t getting worse. Click here.
5. It’s been hotter. Click here.
6. Climate computer models are proven wrong. Click here.
Please take time to review the many resources available by the left navigaton menu. Contact your local MP click here and ask why Canada has committed billions of dollars for carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions reduction (here) to fight a problem that doesn’t exist? CO2 emissions have only a tiny effect on temperatures, but strongly enhance plant growth.
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SIX THINGS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW ABOUT CLIMATE CHANGE:
1. The earth's atmosphere is warming very slowly. Click here.
This debate matters! The science matters.
See our FoS Extracts, a summary of current climate stories for 2015, click here. FoS Extracts are emailed to members several times per month.
See our comprehensive essay on climate change science, click here.
See our science summary, Global Warming or Cooling?, click here. This may be printed and folded to form a pamphlet.
See Climate Science News for 2015, click here.
Our Position: While FOS does not do any original scientific research, it does extensive literature research and draws on the worldwide body of work by scientists in all fields relating to global climate change. To read our Position Statement, click here.