Chapter 10 presents data on the economic effects of the global warming of the twentieth century, errors in how the IPCC conducts its impact analyses, and recent studies concerning biofuels and the
Chapter 9 finds global warming is more likely to improve rather than harm human health because rising temperatures lead to a greater reduction in winter deaths than the increase they cause in summe
Chapter 6 compares observations regarding the fate of terrestrial animals to projections made by the IPCC.
Appendix 2 of Climate Change Reconsidered 2011 Interim Report provides brief bios for the three lead authors and titles and affiliations of eight contributors to the report.
Appendix 1 of Climate Change Reconsidered 2011 Interim Report is a four-page list of acronyms that appear in the body of the report.
Chapter 8 examines research on the effects of rising temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentrations on aquatic life.
Chapter 7 reviews new research on the effects of rising temperatures and atmospheric CO2 concentrations on plants and soils.
Chapter 5 compares observations concerning extreme weather, such as floods, drought, storms, and hurricanes, to projections made by the IPCC.
Chapter 4 reports the latest observations on changes in the cryosphere, oceans, precipitation, and rivers and streamflow, comparing those observations to projections made by the IPCC.
Chapter 3 reviews the latest research on paleoclimatology and recent temperatures, finding new evidence that the Medieval Warm Period of approximately 1,000 years ago, when there was