- Guest post: “Climate variability research: did the sceptics make us do it?” – Professor Richard Betts
- Guest Post – Label the behaviour, not the person – Professor Richard Betts (Met Office)
- Vice Chancellor Paul Johnson of the University of Western Australia refused my request for Professor Lewandowsky’s data – my response
- I requested data from the University of Western Australia……..
- The Science Was Settled Enough
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Originally blogged at Realclimategate I am going along to the Spectator ‘climate change’ debate on Tuesday 29th March in London, hopefully I can meet up with some ‘climate change’ blog regulars (both sides very welcome)to have a chat afterwards. Yet, … Continue reading
Originally blogged at Realclimategate A report into last December’s snow chaos at Heathrow Airport is out, entitled Heathrow Snow Resilence Enquiry It includes a little reminder to perhaps reflect the new thoughts on ‘climate disruption’ vs global warming (man made). Even under global … Continue reading
Originally blogged at Realclimategate Who voted for Greenpeace at the last UK general election? A simple rhetorical question for Mr Huhne, because in the Guardian/Observer it was reported that Greenpeace will be keeping an eye on things: “Chris Huhne, the … Continue reading
Originally blogged at Realclimategate Congratulations to Anthony Watts and all the moderators, commentators and guest authors at Watts Up With That.
A guest post at Watts Up With That Originally blogged at Realclimategate Judith Curry has tackled the ‘Hide the Decline’ issue at her blog Climate Etc. The issue is that data was hidden from policymakers (and the public) so as … Continue reading
Originally a guest post at Watts Up With That Originally blogged at Realclimategate The Carbon Brief is a new website designed to provide a rapid response to any climate chaage related stories in the media. It is also appears to be intended as a resource … Continue reading
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