(April 29, 2010) No one can accuse Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli of shying from controversy. In his first four months in office, Cuccinelli directed public universities to remove sexual orientation from their anti-discrimination policies, attacked the Environmental Protection Agency, and filed a lawsuit challenging federal health care reform. Now, it appears, he may be preparing a legal assault on an embattled proponent of global warming theory who used to teach at the University of Virginia, Michael Mann.
(April 28, 2010) I can now declare with confidence that the debate about global warming has returned to more or less the same position as was extant prior to the release of the Climategate emails.
(April 28, 2010) 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.
(February 6, 2010) The past chairman of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has joined the growing list of IPCC critics. According to the Sunday Telegraph, Rajendra Pachauri, the disgraced current IPCC chair, now faces criticism from his immediate predecessor, Robert Watson.
(December 18, 2009) Climate change fears are pushing developing countries around the world into funding risky and uneconomic projects. China’s recent announcement that it is planning a massive expansion of its nuclear program is the latest example.
(Decemebr 7, 2009) CBC’s Rex Murphy weighs in on the controversy surrounding the hacked documents from servers at the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU).
(December 2, 2009) The correspondence I have received on Climategate — the leak two weeks ago of emails and computer files from Britain’s Climate Research Unit (CRU) that show global warming to be grossly misrepresented, if not an out-and-out fraud — can essentially be sorted into two categories: “Why isn’t this a bigger story?” or “Why does this matter?”
(November 25, 2009) The Climategate e-mails seem to suggest that much of what the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change claims is "settled science" is based on data manipulated to confirm assertions that man is dangerously altering our climate.
China Dialogue review of global warming debate not objective, says author of environmental best seller
(November 11, 2008) China Dialogue fails to objectively review the scientific debate about global warming in the environmental best seller, The Deniers, by Lawrence Solomon of Energy Probe, Canada’s top energy industry watchdog. Probe International calls the author’s response a "must read" for Chinese environmentalists, lawmakers, and scholars.
(September 18, 2000) Global warming is rapidly melting the ice-bound roof of the world, and turning it into desert, leading scientists have revealed.