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TV interview with Andrew Bolt in Australia talking about polar bears: the podcast

This television interview aired a few hours ago on The Bolt Report (Sky News Australia, 26 March 2019). A short excerpt was made available as a tweet but a link to the full 10 minute interview is below. Ironically, despite the huge effort made by polar bear specialists and climate change activists to silence and […]

Radio interview with Glenn Beck from 19 March 2019 talking about polar bear numbers

Yesterday I joined talk show host Glenn Beck to discuss polar bear numbers. Here is the podcast on YouTube, about 4:30 minutes: You can also just listen to the whole thing here: https://omny.fm/shows/the-glenn-beck-program/the-glenn-beck-program-hour-3-3-19-19

Now on sale: The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened

On sale at Amazon today, my new full-length science book, The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened, published by the Global Warming Policy Foundation. The official book launch is 10 April in Calgary, details below. About the book The Polar Bear Catastrophe That Never Happened explains why the catastrophic decline in polar bear numbers we […]

My opinion piece in the Financial Post on International Polar Bear Day 2019

27 Februrary 2019. See the original here (with photos).**

Polar bear gift bonus: bookmarks and signed author note to print & insert

As you plan your Amazon Black Friday/Cyber Monday shopping (see the deals in the US here, in Canada here, in the UK here), don’t forget to add a few polar bear books to your order to give as gifts to relatives, friends, and local libraries. Although price cuts don’t appear to extend to my books, […]

EATEN the movie – could polar bears trump sharks at the theatre?

Would EATEN make a good movie? What do other scary predator attack films tell us (if anything) about the probability of EATEN becoming a successful motion picture? In June 1975 (one year after the book was published), JAWS the movie became a huge box office hit. Fast forward to June 2016, when another shark-attack film […]

Sharks off Cape Cod vs. my polar bear attack thriller – an unnerving parallel

I watched an episode of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week last Friday and I have to admit, it gave me a terrifying déjà vu moment. Specifically, it was the episode called “Shark Bait” (1 July 2016) – about the potentially explosive problem of booming populations of grey seals around Cape Cod (NE US, Massachusetts), the increasing […]