There's been a hiatus in global warming -- so let's pause the billion dollar shift to green economies

Brian LilleyArchive

Last week a study was released, authored and signed off on by major backers of the global warming push that describes a pause in global warming. 

It found that, just as the United Nation’s own Inter-governmental panel on climate change found back in 2013, the world’s global warming stopped in 1998.

The idea that global warming paused, what 18 years ago now is frightening to people who make their living off of scaring the public about global warming.

But now, even the UN has come out and said that warming stopped. 

What is fascinating about this new study is that it finds that over a time period when greenhouse gases were rising rapidly, “results support previous findings of a reduced rate of surface warming over the 2001-2014 period.”

Lead author Jonathan Fyfe cites the 2001 to 2014 period.

The United Nations Inter-governmental panel on climate change which cites 1998 to 2012 when it says in the UN IPCC technical briefing of 2013, page 37,

Despite the robust multi-decadal warming, there exists substantial inter-annual to decadal variability in the rate of warming, with several periods exhibiting weaker trends (including the warming hiatus since 1998) (Figure TS.1). The rate of warming over the past 15 years (1998–2012; 0.05 [–0.05 to +0.15] °C per decade) is smaller than the trend since 1951 (1951–2012; 0.12[0.08 to 0.14] °C per decade).

The best minds in the world, working for the organization pushing climate change and global warming the most – the United Nations – says that at best temperatures have risen between 0.08°C to 0.14°C per decade between 1951 and 2012. But between 1998 and 2012 they may have gone down by -0.05°C or gone up by 0.15°C.

The United Nations doesn’t know if temperatures went up or down between 1998 and 2012, now some of the top scientists pushing global warming say that they think things have slowed down if not outright stopped.

That's why we need to pause the economy changing proposals that are advocated for by environmental activists.  

The pause in warming is almost 20 years long now.

The pause deserves more study.

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