Satellite temperature data shows global warming has plateaued

University of Alabama climatologists John Christy and Roy Spencer have released their monthly statistics on global warming trends detected by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency satellites. In the press release accompanying the data, Christy notes that the rise in global average temperatures has been largely stalled since the big El Nino event in 1998

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  • banjo kid

    16 years no warming . 1,000 scientists say Co2 is not the cause and refute the claims of only 52 that work for the UN , the UN would like to collect on each carbon credit so they can party in the warm areas of our planet . Our climate may be changing but there is little we can do about it. As Lord Moncton said lets have the courage to do nothing.

  • kevindf

    People should be more concerned with global cooling.