The decision to name the storms causing the floods reveals our newfound fear of weather.
Greens are using Cumbria's troubles to argue for tough climate action. Bad idea.
Blaming storms on human industry is as backward as blaming them on gays.
There's something backward about the hunt for the one thing or person who might be blamed for England's flooding.
Must-reads from the past week
The belief that recent storms were caused by climate change echoes Medieval Europe's superstitions about weather.
For all the disaster porn about a Biblical-style flood, Queenslanders have demonstrated real resilience.
Everyone from anti-terror crusaders to end-of-the-world greens is exploiting the Pakistani floods to revive their own flagging careers.
How the deluge in Asia was turned into an opportunity for Western preening and political oneupmanship.
Evangelist Pat Robertson’s real mistake was to describe the calamity in Haiti as God’s work rather than Gaia’s work.