Climate change scientists have 'political agenda'

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While Trump insisted other reports carry as much validity as the U.N.'s, Trump neglected to cite any. In the United States, nearly 40% of the population lives in densely inhabited coastal areas at risk for flooding, shoreline erosion and hazards from storms. He looked to the future instead of the past by suggesting that today's higher temperatures could decrease on their own - or "change back". That too has happened, said Columbia University climate scientist Adam Sobel. "The climate has varied over billions of years, millions of years, hundreds of thousands of years, thousands of years, hundreds of years and decades".

However, what Trump stuck with as his idea that climate change was not a human made problem and that the climate would soon normalize.

On Sunday's 60 Minutes, correspondent Lesley Stahl sat down with Donald Trump to hit on an array of topics including hurricane Michael, which has claimed 19 lives in the Florida panhandle.

It sparked speculation that the former reality television star still believed climate change had been invented.

He said the political people in Washington have changed his thinking. And they can be repeated, even if they're misleading.

The judge said the students can get what they want by suing officials below the president, but she left the door open for Trump to be reinstated as a defendant in the case, if necessary. "You know, we're talkin' about over a millions of years".

It confirmed that allowing temperatures to rise to 2C would significantly increase the risks that climate change poses to human health and livelihoods and ecosystems we depend on. "That doesn't mean that we can't compete or we're not allowed to compete with other nations that aren't doing what we're doing", he said.

That's in keeping with Trump's June 2017 decision to pull the US out of the landmark Paris climate accord, based on an argument that living up to the pact's carbon-cutting commitments would punish America and deal a devastating cost to the economy.

In the wake of the IPCC's shocking findings in their latest report, three interactive maps model discrete impacts of unchecked climate change. "Something's changing and it'll change back again", he said on the most recent episode of 60 Minutes.

Now, he appears to be confidently forecasting a reversal of climate change. "Hopefully we'll go back to many years of having none".

The International Panel on Climate Change 2018 report cover. He called global warming is a hoax. On the current record, the Court concludes that President Trump is not essential to effective relief because "plaintiffs' injures can be referred fully by inductive [or declaratory] relief against the remaining defendants".

"Trump can crystallize the big picture for the general public in a single punchline or phrase", Lewis wrote in an email.

The numbers came from think tanks opposed to the Paris Agreement. To reach the goal of the agreement new technology was to be placed. Take Trump's false assertion that millions of illegal immigrants helped tip the popular vote toward Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election. The NFU's Deputy President, Guy Smith, said British farmers can reduce agricultural production emissions through productivity improvements, boost low-carbon energy output and initiate negative emissions. NSW Greens said the IPCC Special Report had "outlined a climate catastrophe of unprecedented scale and impact on our community and nature, if global warming is permitted to rise by more than 1.5 degrees".

Trump's loyalists immediately picked up and repeated the false claim.

Climate scientists say hurricanes are likely to grow stronger in warming oceans.

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