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The Climategate Inquiries

By | September 15, 2010

A detailed assessment of the Climategate inquiries set up by the University of East Anglia and others which finds that they avoided key questions and failed to probe some of the most serious allegations. The report The Climategate Inquiries, written by Andrew Montford and with a foreword by Lord (Andrew) Turnbull, finds that the inquiries into the conduct… Read More »

South Pacific Sea Level: A Reassessment

By | August 17, 2010

Abstract The SEAFRAME sea-level study on 12 Pacific islands is the most comprehensive study of sea level and local climate ever carried out there. The sea level records obtained have all been assessed by the anonymous authors of the official reports as indicating positive trends in sea level over all 12 Pacific Islands involved since the study began… Read More »


By | February 20, 2009

Below is a list of Reports accumulated by us here at Science and Public Policy Institute.    SPPI State Climate Profiles   SPPI eWire   SPPI CO2 Reports  


By | February 20, 2009

Below is a list of Media stories and resources accumulated by us here at Science and Public Policy Institute. Videos In Their Own Word


By | January 9, 2009

Bad karma : we can’t find that page ! You asked for {%sh404SEF_404_URL%}, but despite our computers looking very hard, we could not find it. What happened ? the link you clicked to arrive here has a typo in it or somehow we removed that page, or gave it another name or, quite unlikely for sure, maybe you… Read More »

State Climate Profiles

By | May 31, 2008

STATE CLIMATE PROFILES These papers examine the individual States under the following categories: – Observed climate change over time – Impacts of climate mitigation measures – Costs of federal mitigation legislation – List of state scientists who reject the UN’s man-made global warming hypothesis Alabama Climate Report Alaska Climate Report Arkansas Climate Report Arizona Climate Report Colorado Climate… Read More »


By | March 10, 2008

In Their Own Words – Science Since the late 1960s, much of the North Atlantic Ocean has become less salty, in part due to increases in fresh water runoff induced by global warming, scientists say. -Michael Schirber, LiveScience Jun. 29, 2005 The surface waters of the North Atlantic are getting saltier, suggests a new study of records spanning… Read More »


By | March 10, 2008

In Their Own Words – Policy In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill … All these dangers are caused by human intervention and it is only through changed attitudes and behaviour that they… Read More »