When have climate change alarmists been wrong in the past?
- Climate change
Polar bear populations are actually increasing, despite all the images we see of their "plight".
It always seems to be our "last chance" to address global warming, year after year.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez claimed in January 2019 that the world would end in 12 years if climate change wasn't addressed. It was apparently an attempt at "dry humor and sarcasm", but it's caused a lot of alarm regardless.
In 2008, we were told that melting ice could release enough water to cause a 20-foot rise in sea level in the near future.
Man-made global cooling was a huge concern in the 1970s, with fears of a new ice age.
It was claimed that humanity would overpopulate to the point where the planet could no longer sustain us.
Greenland's fastest melting glacier is actually growing for the third consecutive year.
North America's Great Lakes were supposedly going dry.
We were told that Arctic sea ice could be completely gone during summer months by 2014.
Glacier National Park, on the Canada–United States border, is now removing or altering its visitor signs that claimed that the glaciers were all expected to disappear by either 2020 or 2030.
In 2004, we were told that Britain will be "Siberian" by 2020.
Paul Ehrlich's entire career