Power Surge: Greenpeace vs. Legos, Climate Insurance Failures, and Temperature Data Adjustments

On this episode Alex and Steffen talk about a new Greenpeace campaign against Lego toys (made of oil) displaying the logo of Shell, an insurance company closing its climate lobby bureau in the US, and new adjustments to the U.S. Historical Climatology Network temperature data by NOAA that returns the first place on the list of hottest months ever to July 1936 after July 2012 was disqualified.

If you are interested in the commentary on “I *** ♥ Science” referred to during the conversation, click here (explicit language).

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