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U.N. announces independent review of climate agency

Friday, February 26th, 2010 8:51am MST

Faced with falling public confidence in climate science, the United Nations announced it would conduct a review of its climate arm, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). The panel’s work has come under heavy fire in recent months and its leader, Rajendra Pachauri, now is lacking support from international climate ministers themselves. Dozens of […]

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Weather Channel founder continues assault on manmade climate change theory

Saturday, February 20th, 2010 5:42am MST

There is little doubt that John Coleman, founder of the Weather Channel, has strong feelings about manmade climate change. He has long railed against the theory calling it “the greatest scam in history.” Now a meteorologist for KUSI in San Diego, Coleman has continued his assault with a series of television specials, the latest of […]

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Got snow? Northern Hemisphere snow extent at second highest level in 44 years

Friday, February 19th, 2010 11:10am MST

This winter has seen record-setting snow across parts of North America as well as Europe and Asia. Climate scientists have been quick to remind the public that the storms were short term events and not indicative of a lack of global warming. However, they have neglected to point out that winter snow extent in the […]

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Climategate scientist admits faults in manmade climate change theory

Tuesday, February 16th, 2010 4:02pm MST

Dr. Phil Jones has gone from relative obscurity to worldwide prominence as the central figure in the Climategate email scandal. His actions and those of other climate scientists as revealed by the messages have cast a pall over the state of climate science and the manmade climate change theory. In interviews conducted in recent days, […]

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NOAA announces new climate change portal

Thursday, February 11th, 2010 4:36pm MST

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has announced its new ‘portal to climate information’ at the web address Climate.Gov. The site is to serve as a consolidated home to climate information from across all of NOAA’s various departments.  The site has potential but despite the announcement, some of the information on the site is […]

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2009 proves to be pivotal year in climate change

Thursday, December 31st, 2009 9:30am MST

There is little doubt that 2009 will be viewed as a pivotal and important year in the debate about manmade climate change.  For years alarmists served up their theory to a seemingly captive audience.  This past year however, the sands shifted and scientists that doubt man’s influence on the climate found their voice.  Throughout the […]

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Questions about the ethics of Climategate scientists abound

Sunday, December 13th, 2009 7:46pm MST

The fallout from the release of thousands of emails from the world’s top climate scientists has been swift. Some of those involved have begun to turn on each other and even the international organization that has driven the manmade climate change debate is turning its back on them. The Climategate scandal spans the globe and […]

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Complete coverage of the UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen

Friday, December 11th, 2009 4:43pm MST

15,000 delegates, 5,000 journalists and dozens of world leaders have decended on Copenhagen, Denmark for the UN Climate Change Conference (COP15).  Decisions will be made that could shape the world in the decades to come.  There is a lot going with the various press conferences, proposals, protests and more.  Underscoring the importance of the event, […]

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California and Google team up to show residents the effects of global warming

Monday, December 7th, 2009 6:26am MST

The state of California and Google have been considered at the forefront of the fight against manmade climate change and the two have come together to help the state’s residents visualize the effects of global warming. The new interactive tool, dubbed CalAdapt and part of the Google Earth software, portrays a dismal future for the […]

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ABC, CBS, NBC continue to ignore Climategate email scandal

Friday, December 4th, 2009 5:26pm MST

The story has all the makings of a big news story and a world class whodunit. An illegal break in leads to charges of a global conspiracy. Some of the world’s leading experts tackling one of the most pressing issues of our day and age are forced to launch a defense of themselves. Two experts […]

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