Tag Archives: Antarctic sea ice

Matt Ridley, climate scientist?

I’ve written before about the BBC and its balance. Subsequently, the BBC upheld complaints about interviewing Nigel Lawson – a non-expert – about climate science. It seems, however, that the BBC must have – as part of its charter – … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, ClimateBall, Global warming, IPCC, Science | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 254 Comments

David Rose and the Antarctic sea ice misrepresentation?

David Rose has an article in the Daily Mail about the increase in Antarctic sea ice. The implication is that the increase in Antarctic sea ice somehow compensates for the decrease in Arctic sea ice. Well this isn’t really correct … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Global warming, Science | Tagged , , , , , , , | 53 Comments

Antarctic sea ice volume

There’s been quite a lot of discussion, in various places, about the increase in Antarctic sea ice extent. I think it’s been increasing at around about 1% per decade. This is still quite a bit slower than the about 3% … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, Global warming, Science | Tagged , , , , , , | 92 Comments

Watt about the sea ice?

Posted in Anthony Watts, Bob Tisdale, Climate change, Global warming, Watts Up With That | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments