Saturday, 10 August 2013

 Second Largest Arctic Ice Gain On Record

Five years ago it was widely reported the Arctic would be ice-free by 2013. We have just returned from Iceland where they complained about the late spring and cold weather. We did see icebergs floating past.
Greenpeace and the usual crowd of climate alarmists are remarkably silent about what is actually happening to our climate but this has not stopped the government and the EU from pressing ahead with crippling power station closures and passing a new law limiting electricity production by 40% by 2050.
From Real Science:
Arctic ice area has increased by almost 20,000 Manhattans from this date last year, making it the second largest increase on record. The only year which gained more ice was 1996.
In a few days, it is likely that 2013 will move into the #1 spot.

2013 is the coldest Arctic summer on record: