• Glacier Experts Rubbish IPCC Apocalypse Claims

    • Date: 09/11/10

    Glacier and climate boffins have issued a stinging poohpooh to recent alarmist pronouncements on climate-change-driven glacier melt – in particular from the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). “In the last few years numbers have been named that do not pass a closer examination,“ says glaciologist and climatologist Georg Kaser of Innsbruck uni. “It […]

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  • Sci Am Poll: 81% Think the IPCC is Corrupt, with Group-Think & Political Agenda

    • Date: 06/11/10

    ‘Scientific’ American may regret taking their recent opinion poll on the state of Climate Science given the eye-opening results cast by their “scientifically literate” readership. With a total of 5190 respondents, a consensus of 81.3% think the IPCC is “a corrupt organization, prone to group-think, with a political agenda” and 75% think climate change is […]

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  • A Stormy Forecast For Climate Change Reporting

    • Date: 04/11/10

    WHATEVER HAPPENED to climate change? This time last year climate change was a hot topic regularly appearing in news bulletins and on front pages. Phrases such as “the future of humanity could be at stake” were quoted, celebrities marshalled and 4,000 journalists prepared to descend on the UN climate change summit in Copenhagen. Apparently humanity’s […]

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  • Tony Gilland: Time To Move On From The IPCC?

    • Date: 26/10/10

    Writing in the pages of The Times last week, Martin Rees and Anthony Giddens issued a stark warning that extreme weather events, such as the recent flooding in Pakistan and the heat wave in Russia, ‘will grow in frequency and intensity as the world warms’. Noting the controversy that climate science has been mired in […]

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    • Date: 26/10/10

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  • Judith Curry: Heresy And The Creation Of Monsters

    • Date: 26/10/10

    What happened? Did the skeptics and the oil companies and the libertarian think tanks win? No, you lost. All in the name of supporting policies that I don’t think many of you fully understand. What I want is for the climate science community to shift gears and get back to doing science, and return to […]

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  • First Science Journal Breaks Green Tabu

    • Date: 23/10/10

    Scientific American Asks: Why Can’t We Have A Civil Conversation About Climate? In trying to understand the Judith Curry phenomenon, it is tempting to default to one of two comfortable and familiar story lines. For most of her career, Curry, who heads the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, […]

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  • Pachauri Put On Notice

    • Date: 20/10/10

    Beleaguered Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) chairman and noted Indian economist Dr. Rajendra Pachauri has reportedly been put on notice to carry out new guidelines and ensure a management restructure after weathering a storm of criticism about mistakes in the IPCC’s most recent climate assessment report. Pachauri’s handling of the affair was compounded by […]

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