The IPCC chairman’s response to The Great Global Warming Swindle sheds light on his pathetic leadership.
Is it any wonder that young climate scientists behave badly? Their elders set the example – by hurling insults at dissenters.
When six police officers visit your home for three hours, confiscate your computers, and mess with your phone line it’s little comfort to be told you aren’t a suspect.
A person who “played no role whatsoever” in an IPCC chapter nevertheless signed a statement that claimed otherwise.
A year after a damning assessment was released, the IPCC continues to thumb its nose at key recommendations.
Greenpeace has seen the light. Years after it became the norm in climate science to hoard & hide data, Greenpeace is now complaining about such behaviour.
My book has a new title – and will be available in September.
A recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report once again relies on research conducted by Greenpeace. Once again, Greenpeace personnel are serving as IPCC lead authors.
It’s difficult to read Andrew Montford’s Hockey Stick Illusion book and not conclude that something is terribly amiss – in the world of science, in scientific publishing, and within the bowels of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
Please nominate Steve McIntyre and Ross McKitrick as “Transformational Canadians.” Help a Canadian newspaper understand the enormous contribution these gentlemen have made to the climate debate. Nominations close November 26th.
Images from the press conference prior to a 700-participant climate skeptics’ conference in Chicago (May 2010).
A cartoon pays homage to Steve McIntyre, a private Canadian citizen who believes climate research findings need to be verified by independent third parties. Having led a multi-year crusade to ensure this happens, an excellent book has now been written about McIntyre’s efforts.