ScienceDaily (Feb. 15, 2010) — Climate change will lead to fewer traffic accidents in West Midlands, UK. Research from the University of Gothenburg estimates climate change to decrease the number of days with temperatures below zero degrees in West Midlands. It will also reduce the number of traffic accidents -- and the need for winter road maintenance may decrease by almost 40 percent.
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- Climategate: A Defiance of Arrogant Political Power (Professor Ian Plimer)
- Science blogger finds errors in Met Office climate change records
- Why the EPA is Wrong about Recent Warming
- Now IPCC hurricane data is questioned
- The red-hot scam unravels (Washington Times)
- Al Gore's Blog: the climate crisis is worse than we thought
- Climate change causes an increase and a decrease in San Francisco fog
- Why Hasn't Earth Warmed as Much as Expected?
- 'Warming' meltdown - Climate 'consensus' cracks up
- Scientist at center of Climategate scandal acknowledges climate change science problems
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