Monthly Archives: September 2013

Conversation Pieces

“Why are British taxpayers financing this?” is the kind of headline you see in the kind of right wing newspaper I don’t read, but this question is my own, and it’s serious. Why are the Higher Education Funding Councils of … Continue reading

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Stern Warnings

Sir Nicholas Professor Lord Stern has had articles and interviews in the Guardian,  Independent, Telegraph and Observer this week, warning that the forthcoming IPCC report is wrong According to this article http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2013/sep/24/lord-stern-climate-change-risks signed by the Press Association, Stern: “…warned that … Continue reading

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Donna Laframboise: “Into the Dustbin” a Review

Guest post by Alex Cull She’s done it again. Two years ago, Donna Laframboise gave us “The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World’s Top Climate Expert”, shining an uncomfortably bright light onto the doings of the IPCC (Intergovernmental … Continue reading

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Emmott: The American Tour

Stephen Emmott is back on stream launching his new book at the Carnegie Council http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/38548621 He starts his talk by saying that, following the introductory comments of his kind hostess, he’s “not sure that he needs to say much more”. … Continue reading

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Monbiot’s Zombie Blog

Robin Guenier  alerted me to an article at  the Campaign against Climate Change on which he’d left a comment. http://www.campaigncc.org/blog/TimetoAct2 I left a comment, as did others. There are now 18 comments. The last six articles over the past six … Continue reading

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