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Sir Paul Nurse, president of the Royal Society, said freedom of information (FOI) laws are being misused to harass scientists and slow down their research, and said those laws need to be re-examined by government officials.
A national volunteer project, 4 years in the making, and now published as a peer reviewed scientific study, has discovered that the majority of the US climate monitoring network does not meet technical requirements for long term climate monitoring.
American University study is first to compare funding, media coverage and strategy of green groups and industry-linked organizations in cap & trade fight. Washington, DC (PRWEB) April 25, 2011 A Nature.com editorial calls "Climate Shift: Clear Vision for the Next Decade of Public Debate" by American University Professor Matthew Nisbet â€œessential reading for anyone with a passing interest in the climate-change debate.â€ The new research challenges the commonly-held view that...
New research challenges the commonly-held view that cap and trade legislation failed because of the spending advantages of opponents and false balance in news coverage.
This letter to Congress counters one sent last week by climate alarmsits who make baseless predictions of environmental calamity and urge legislation to curb carbon emissions. (Vocus/PRWEB) February 11, 2011 NOTE: Craig Idso, Keith Idso, and Sherwood Idso drafted and submitted the following letter to Congress in response to a letter recently submitted by 18 scientists urging Congress to pass legislation to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- As the new U.S.
Skeptics are having a â€œcorrosive effectâ€ on public opinion of climate chage, the British heir to the throne, Prince Charles, said on Wednesday.
The price of fighting climate change is even higher than what was estimated in a 2006 study, said British economist Nicholas Stern, who earned an estimated 500,000-dollar Spanish award on Friday for his work.
GREENBELT, Md., Dec.
United Nations leaders will insist on solid results from the upcoming Cancun climate summit as global warming accelerates, an event organizer with the UN said Monday.