• MPs Quiz ‘Climategate’ Scientist

    • Date: 01/03/10

    MPs have quizzed the scientist at the centre of the “climategate” scandal, the first time he has been questioned in public since the row erupted. Professor Phil Jones used his appearance before the science committee to say that he had done nothing wrong. Earlier, critics told the MPs that the stolen e-mails, which appeared on the internet […]

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  • Climategate: The Jones-Keenan Affair

    • Date: 28/02/10

    Memorandum submitted by Dr Benny Peiser to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee 1. I am the editor of CCNet and the co-editor of the journal Energy & Environment (E&E). Further details may be obtained from the CCNet and E&E websites: CCNet – E&E. I am prepared to give oral evidence at the […]

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  • Climategate: University ‘Tried To Mislead MPs On Climate Change E-mails’

    • Date: 27/02/10

    The university at the centre of the climate change row over stolen e-mails has been accused of making a misleading statement to Parliament. The University of East Anglia wrote this week to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee giving the impression that it had been exonerated by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). However, […]

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  • Climategate Fallout: Met Office To Reassess, Open Up Temperature Data

    • Date: 24/02/10

    At a meeting Monday of 150 climate scientists, representatives of Britain’s weather office proposed that the world’s climatologists start all over again and produce a new trove of global temperature data that is open to public scrutiny and “rigorous” peer review. Met Office Hadley Centre projections of temperature change relative to pre-industrial levels, under two […]

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  • Climategate: The Big Picture

    • Date: 21/02/10

    It’s been less than three months since the Climategate files were first revealed to the world, and an amazing lot has happened — so much that I think it’s worth bringing things together in one place.This is an extension of the “fast facts” post I wrote a couple months ago. The facts and threads are […]

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  • Climategate Threatens To Undermine UK Science

    • Date: 18/02/10

    Academics at the University of East Anglia who have nothing to do with the study of climate change are being affected by the fallout from the “Climategate” scandal, as unfair questions are asked about the veracity of their work. Last week, a research paper by Thomas Nann, a professor in UEA’s School of Chemistry, was […]

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  • WSJ: The Continuing Climate Meltdown

    • Date: 16/02/10

    It has been a bad—make that dreadful—few weeks for what used to be called the “settled science” of global warming, and especially for the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that is supposed to be its gold standard. First it turns out that the Himalayan glaciers are not going to melt anytime soon, notwithstanding dire […]

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  • The Professor’s Amazing Climate Change Retreat

    • Date: 13/02/10

    Untold billions of pounds have been spent on turning the world green and also on financing the dubious trade in carbon credits. Countless gallons of aviation fuel have been consumed carrying experts, lobbyists and politicians to apocalyptic conferences on global warming. Every government on Earth has changed its policy, hundreds of academic institutions, entire school curricula […]

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