Research aimed at disputing the scientific consensus on global warming is part of a huge public misinformation campaign funded by some of the world’s largest carbon polluters, former Vice President Al Gore said Tuesday.
New research from Stephen Schwartz of Brookhaven National Lab concludes that the Earth’s climate is only about one-third as sensitive to carbon dioxide as the IPCC assumes.
BOSTON: Introducing Newsweek’s Aug. 13 cover story on global warming "denial," editor Jon Meacham brings up an embarrassing blast from his magazine’s past: an April 1975 story about global cooling, and the coming ice age that scientists then were predicting.
Agency roasted after Toronto blogger spots `hot years’ data fumble
As Congress debates ways to combat climate change, a leaked internal briefing to officials in Great Britain showed members of that government backtracking on renewable energy targets set forth by the European Union and agreed upon by former Prime Minister Tony Blair.
After Al Gore’s film "An Inconvenient Truth" won the Academy Award for best documentary, many scientists began coming out of the "Skeptic" closet. They had seen enough and were no longer going to fear the wrath of the media.
Newsweek magazine is being compared to “editorial screed that violates basic standards of journalism” over a cover story that refers to global warming skeptics as “deniers.”
The tropics remain quiet midway through the first two months of the 2007 Atlantic Basin Hurricane season, and that has many people thinking that hurricane forecasters, including AccuWeather.com Chief Hurricane Forecaster Joe Bastardi, were wrong in their forecasts for the 2007 Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season.
Environment: Newsweek equates global warming skeptics with Holocaust deniers and accuses reputable scientists of being paid to create confusion in the face of consensus. Galileo is once again on trial.