Whether it's fair weather or foul, hurricane, tornado, blizzard, flood, volcano, climate & fire are the bill of fare here.
"Finally, a comprehensive analysis of which specific individual actions can make the most impact on climate change. https://t.co/6q1RvNwrHV"Read more from Twitter
Surprise! Congressman Lamar Smith, vocal climate science critic, led a secret trip to the Arctic in May https://t.co/AOM8GQPSCf by @Zhirji28— Nidhi Subbaraman (@NidhiSubs) July 14, 2017
I doubt it's "freaking them out"... but the concern level certainly has risen.
"2017 is so unexpectedly warm it is freaking out climate scientists" by Joe Romm of @ClimateProgress: https://t.co/gbdaNk0YLW— Michael E. Mann (@MichaelEMann) July 19, 2017
The administration can try to ignore climate change, but it’s still happening and we must act now https://t.co/ThQHDZnqmg— Climate Reality (@ClimateReality) August 5, 2017
ICYMI Over 100 U.S. Climate Reference Network stations recorded the meteorological impacts of #Eclipse2017: https://t.co/rApJ8nIrGV pic.twitter.com/VNiRyrdjIz— NOAA NCEI Climate (@NOAANCEIclimate) August 22, 2017
Nicaragua to sign Paris climate deal, leaving US and Syria as only countries opposed https://t.co/DJuFIsk6MR pic.twitter.com/XPu8xXNhIy— The Hill (@thehill) September 21, 2017
EPA director wants climate science experts. Doesn’t ask the National Academy of Sciences. Instead, gets help from the Heartland Institute. https://t.co/VZK6DNrKOa— Carl Zimmer (@carlzimmer) September 21, 2017
The Heartland Institute is helping @EPAScottPruitt find "non-alarmist" climate researchers: https://t.co/UoEFm1SbL5— Scott Waldman (@scottpwaldman) September 21, 2017
Climate change affects agriculture around the worldhttps://t.co/HHHB4SJHGR #adaption #Sustainability— CECHR (@CECHR_UoD) September 24, 2017
Crop diversity = #foodsecurity pic.twitter.com/42AjJ0JFJK
"Federal whistleblower resigns from Trump admin after being removed from climate change role https://t.co/LmfiopX99F"Read more from Twitter
Current thinking is... they didn't bother to read the report. Otherwise, they would have quashed it.
The White House approved a report saying humans are the dominant cause of global warming https://t.co/Gy9SpibVWb— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 3, 2017