Category Archives: Lives of the Climate Bloggers

Rupert Darwall: The Age of Global Warming

If you haven’t read Rupert Darwall’s book “The Age of Global Warming: A History” please do so. There’s an excellent summary in a speech given by Darwall at the GWPF book launch on 27th March 2013 at http://www.thegwpf.org/rupert-darwall-age-global-warming/ There are … Continue reading

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Lives of the Climate Bloggers (3): Robert E. Phelan

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/ctpost/obituary.aspx?n=Robert-Phelan&pid=159079832#fb “Robert E. Phelan, Jr., age 63, of West Haven, CT passed away on August 10, 2012. […] Robert graduated from Notre Dame High school and continued his education at Providence College and Indiana University where he received two masters’ … Continue reading

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Lives of the Climate Bloggers (2): Michael H. Kelly

Update Apologies to Michael Kelly for not linking properly to his site, which is at http://michaelkelly.artofeurope.com/ Thanks Paul Matthews _______________________ [One of the joys of a work like Vasari’s “Lives of the Artists” or Aubrey’s “Brief Lives” is the prominence … Continue reading

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Lives of the Climate Bloggers (1) John L. Daly

This is the first of a series I promised at https://geoffchambers.wordpress.com/2012/09/24/coming-attractions/  when I first started this blog over a year ago. *       *      * When the Climategate story broke in late 2009, Wattsupwiththat  led with … Continue reading

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