TOKYO HAS COOLED OVER THE PAST 30 YEARS.
Hachijō-jima island hasn’t seen any climate change in decades!
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The mean temperature data for December, 2022, for the city of Tokyo, Japan and its Hachijō-jima island in the Pacific are now available from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).
These data now allow us to look at the newest annual mean temperature trends for the two locations.
First we look at latest annual mean temperature plots for Tokyo since 1994:
According to the alarmists, the increase in CO2 is supposed to be heating up the entire planet. Strangely, using data from the JMA, Tokyo has in fact cooled modestly since 1994 – despite the urban heat sink effect from all the concrete, asphalt, steel and waste heat.
Also the December linear mean temperature trend for Tokyo has fallen more than 1°C since 1989:
Hachijō-jima sees decades of no climate change
Moving offshore to the Tokyo island of Hachijō-jima, away from all the massive urban heat island affects, we look at the newest mean annual temperature data going back to 1975.
Here we see there’s been no warming. Where’s the climate crisis? Only in the media, of course.
Next we look at the mean temperature trend for the month of December for Hachijō-jima, going back a full century:
Boy, that’s some really impressive climate change, aint it? I makes us wonder on what planet the alarmists are really living on. Where’s the crisis?