Top Study Confirms UN’s ‘Climate Crisis’ Claims Are a Hoax

A top study has confirmed that fearmongering claims made by the United Nations (UN) to support the “climate crisis” narrative are a hoax, directly contradicted by data.

Despite claims from the UN and other unelected globalists, the study has found that alleged “climate disasters” are not increasing.

In fact, eminent Italian researchers Gianluca Alimonti and Luigi Mariani found that the environment has been significantly improving in recent years, with climate-related events decreasing.

However, the researchers found that, while “climate disasters” have been decreasing, fearmongering studies and corporate media reports linking “global warming” to weather events have increased dramatically, creating the illusion of a “crisis.”

The study observed trends in climate disaster reports between 1900 and 2022.

They found that climate events are not increasing, but are more likely to be reported.

“We conclude that the patterns observed are largely attributable to progressively better reporting of natural disaster events,” wrote the researchers.

They noted that these findings directly contradict claims made by the United Nations — particularly the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR).

They found that the UN and its sub-agencies have been falsely claiming that the number of climate disasters is rising.

“The above result sits in marked contradiction to earlier analyses by two UN bodies (FAO and UNDRR), which predicts an increasing number of natural disasters and impacts in concert with global warming,” the study’s authors wrote.

“Our analyses strongly refute this assertion as well as extrapolations published by UNDRR based on this claim.”

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has previously claimed that weather disasters have increased 500% over the last 50 years.

However, this claim is not merely an exaggeration – it has been proven to be outright false.

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But this is not the first time that climate hysteria has been debunked by scientists.

A 2022 report found that mainstream media and climate alarmists are falsely pinning natural disasters and weather events, such as hurricanes and heatwaves, on man-made emissions, contradicting “reality and science.”

The report was produced by the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI), Heartland Institute, Energy & Environment Legal Institute, Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), and International Climate Science Coalition (ICSC).

“There is not a single natural disaster, nor trend in any type of natural disaster that can be credibly linked with emissions or whatever gradual ‘climate change’ may be occurring for whatever reason, including natural climate change,” said the report.

“Attributing natural disaster damages to emissions and climate change is without a factual or scientific basis.”

The report fact-checked ten separate instances of media outlets claiming that a natural disaster was caused by “climate change.”

In one example, the groups cited an article by the New York Times.

The left-wing newspaper sounded the alarm over heatwaves in the United Kingdom.

The Times blamed the heat on climate change, saying “heatwaves around the world are becoming hotter, more frequent and longer lasting.”

However, the fact check noted that according to the National Climate Assessment, heatwaves have actually declined dramatically in the US over the past 90 years.

The decline makes it extremely unlikely that Britain, or the world as a whole, is in danger of increased heatwaves allegedly caused by so-called “global warming.”

“Moreover, during the UK heatwaves, average global warming remained fairly constant at 0.2°C to 0.3°C (0.36°F to 0.54°F) over the 1979-2000 average global temperature, an amount of warming that is not even really measurable,” said the report.

In addition, the NY Times failed to note that outside of the UK’s short heatwaves, which lasted no more than a few days, the country also experienced unseasonably cold and wet periods during the summer months.

In another case, the Washington Post tried to claim that “global warming” has been causing shorter winters.

The Post attempted to argue that this is why the 2022 World Cup could only hold one of eight skiing races as of mid-November.

“First, winter doesn’t begin until December 21,” the report explained.

“Next, when World Cup skiing started in the 1960s, the season began in January.

“Now it begins in October, which is early- to mid-autumn.

“If the competition began in the winter everything would likely be okay because wintertime snow cover in the Northern Hemisphere has been increasing since the 1960s.”

The report fact-checked other claims made by the media about Hurricane Ian, low water levels in Nevada’s Lake Mead, the Yellowstone River flooding, famine in the Horn of Africa, the China drought, and the European drought.

In conclusion, the report noted:

“Regardless of one’s view of what passes as ‘climate science,’ the good news is that even researchers who believe that ‘climate change’ is a problem acknowledge that the number of weather-related deaths and the cost of weather-related damage are actually on the decline — despite ever-increasing emissions and whatever slight warming may be occurring.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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