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Newsletters are sent to FOS members each quarter.

Friends of Science Annual Major Events

Our Special Event was in the evening of June 2, 2015 with Dr. Nir Shaviv, Racah Inst. of Physics, Hebrew University IBM Einstein Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study Topic: "The Sun’s role in climate change"

FoS Extracts

FOS produces a summary of current climate news which is emailed to our members several times per month.

FoS Climate Science Newsletter

FoS Climate Science Newsletter. A summary of current climate science news.

Alberta’s Climate Plan: A burden with no benefit - Presentation

Ken Gregory gave a presentation in Calgary on July 25, 2016. Here is the presentation slides. Abstract: The Alberta Government intends to impose a carbon tax of C$20/tCO2 on of January 1, 2017, and C$30/tCO2 on January 1, 2018. This action is not based on the most recent and best quality climate science and economic evaluations. The expected warming from 2016 to 2100 due to greenhouse gas emissions is only 0.6 °C using the best climate science The net social benefit of emissions is about 17 US$/tCO2. The small warming from emissions and CO2 fertilization are net beneficial. A carbon tax will harm all Albertans for no benefit. The climate plan is forecast to reduce global temperatures by 0.00007 °C by 2030. The presentation will explain why Alberta's climate panel got the social cost of carbon emissions so very wrong. Canada's benefits from emissions continue to increase throughout the 21st century.

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