Here are graphs of recent climate directly from the US and British governments and
two groups that are the official sources of NASA's satellite climate data. They ALL
show no warming for the last decade or more:
From the US government agency, NOAA:
From England’s offician weather service, the Met Office:
US Satellite date from University of Alabama, Huntsville:
Printable PDF of the above charts
US Satellite date from RSS:
U.S. Climate Reference Network (this is a top quality network, covering the USA mainland,
established just a few years ago, so it only goes back 10 years)
From Watts Up With That newer graph
Here is a summary from Watts Up With That (be sure to see this link for more)
For this analysis, data was retrieved from WoodForTrees.org and the ironically named
SkepticalScience.com. This analysis indicates how long there has not been significant
warming at the 95% level on various data sets. The first number in each case was
sourced from WFT. However the second +/- number was taken from SkepticalScience.com
For RSS the warming is not significant for over 23 years.
For RSS: +0.127 +/-0.136 C/decade at the two sigma level from 1990
For UAH, the warming is not significant for over 19 years.
For UAH: 0.143 +/- 0.173 C/decade at the two sigma level from 1994
For Hacrut3, the warming is not significant for over 19 years.
For Hadcrut3: 0.098 +/- 0.113 C/decade at the two sigma level from 1994
For Hacrut4, the warming is not significant for over 18 years.
For Hadcrut4: 0.095 +/- 0.111 C/decade at the two sigma level from 1995
For GISS, the warming is not significant for over 17 years.
For GISS: 0.116 +/- 0.122 C/decade at the two sigma level from 1996
If you want to know the times to the nearest month that the warming is not significant
for each set, they are as follows: RSS since September 1989; UAH since April 1993;
Hadcrut3 since September 1993; Hadcrut4 since August 1994; GISS since October 1995
and NOAA since June 1994.
Much more at Watts Up With That
You will find links to these and more at:
also see http://climate4you.com
Nasa chart of 4 major trmperature records - note stasis for last decade or so: http://eoimages.gsfc.nasa.gov/images/imagerecords/80000/80167/adjusted_temperature_anomaly_1880-2012.pdf
BTW, did you know that:
1. Nature emits over 90% of the annual CO2 emission?
2. The ice core data (the ones AL Gore made famous) shows that CO2 follows, NOT leads
3. Most of the greenhouse effect is caused by water vapor, not CO2
Sources for items 1-3:
1-Add up the carbon sources on this NASA page <http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Features/CarbonCycle/page1.php>
and you get man's CO2 at about 6% of the total annual emission.
3-"the maximum supportable number for CO2 is 20-30%" <http://www.realclimate.org/index.php?p=142>
Note that realclimate is a web site set up by a liberal PR agency to defend the "hockeystick"
shaped temperature curve that AL Gore used in his slideshow.