• Citizen’s Group Plans Extensive Audit Of IPCC Report

    • Date: 29/04/10

    A leading global warming skeptic recruited a group of concerned citizens to fact-check the sources referenced in the U.N.’s latest climate-change bible — and gave the report an “F.” Now she’s planning the nail in the coffin: a comprehensive audit of the entire report. Following a series of scandals that led to doubts about the […]

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  • Rudd’s ETS Flip-Flop Sparks Political Chaos

    • Date: 28/04/10

    The Rudd government has conceded its emissions trading scheme could be delayed beyond the 2013 election, and that the politically inspired decision to leave the country in policy limbo for at least three years will make it much more expensive for Australia to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets. Electricity generators have warned ”untenable” and uncertain […]

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  • Australian Emissions Trading Scheme Shelved Indefinitely

    • Date: 26/04/10

    The emissions trading scheme has been shelved indefinitely by the Rudd government with a long-awaited Senate vote on the scheme not expected until after the next election, senior government sources say. A Senate vote on the trading scheme legislation, which was due next month, has now been dropped by the government for the May and […]

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  • The Stern Review Scandal

    • Date: 25/04/10

    The IPCC broke three of its own rules when it cited the Stern Review 25 times in 12 chapters.In March 2007, Rajendra Pachauri, the chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was interviewedby a reporter from the Bloomberg business news service. The discussion centered on the soon-to-be-released second installment of the IPCC’s newly updated […]

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  • New Study Challenges IPCC’s Doomsday Forecast For Bangladesh

    • Date: 22/04/10

    Scientists in Bangladesh posed a fresh challenge to the UN’s top climate change panel Thursday, saying its doomsday forecasts for the country in the body’s landmark 2007 report were overblown. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), already under fire for errors in the 2007 report, had said a one-metre (three-foot) rise in sea levels […]

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  • Richard Tol: IPCC Was ‘Captured’

    • Date: 22/04/10

    Examiner Exclusive Interview with Professor Richard Tol Examiner. Something appears to be broken in the mechanisms we as a society use for determining the right thing to do as far as climate change. But not everybody agrees on what is not working. Is it the science? The media? The politicians? The policy assessment? The implementation? […]

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  • Pachauri Defends IPCC Against New Research

    • Date: 22/04/10

    The head of the UN’s climate change panel defended his organisation Thursday against a new claim that its landmark 2007 report on global warming might have overblown the danger posed to Bangladesh. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), already under fire for errors in its key 2007 report, said a one-metre (three-foot) rise in […]

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  • Climate Sceptics Smell Victory In Dutch Parliament

    • Date: 20/04/10

    The parliamentary committee meeting called to discuss errors in the UN climate report has left climate change sceptics feeling vindicated, writes the Financieele Dagblad on Tuesday. ‘The panel on climate change is irrelevant’. ‘This organisation has put us on the wrong track.’ Scientists Arthur Rörsch (formerly at TNO) and Bas van Geel (University of Amsterdam) […]

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