All pages with keywords: climate change sceptics



It’s time to challenge Ukip over its climate change denial

It’s time to challenge Ukip over its climate change denial

in the news Bob Ward 2 June, 2014

The party should face a far more rigorous examination of its unscientific beliefs. New Statesman



Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change – Part III

Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change – Part III

a commentary by Bob Ward 8 May, 2014

In previous commentaries on 2 April and 15 April, I described my ongoing efforts to have some small but significant errors corrected in three papers by Professor Richard Tol and … read more »


Bjorn Lomborg’s Upside-Down Economics of Climate Change

Bjorn Lomborg’s Upside-Down Economics of Climate Change

a commentary by Bob Ward 23 April, 2014

A new article by Bjorn Lomborg, which has been made available to newspapers around the world by Project Syndicate, provides a daft upside-down assessment of the economics of climate change. … read more »


Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change – Part II

Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change – Part II

a commentary by Bob Ward 15 April, 2014

In a previous commentary, I outlined my interactions with Professor Richard Tol about some errors in his work. I provide here further details of those errors and my interactions with Professor Tol, … read more »


A flawed conversation about the Stern Review

A flawed conversation about the Stern Review

a commentary by Dimitri Zenghelis 3 April, 2014

An article published on 2 April by ‘The Conversation’ by Professor Richard Tol, under the headline ‘IPCC report shows Stern inflated climate change costs’, contains a number of significant errors … read more »


Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change

Errors in estimates of the aggregate economic impacts of climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward 2 April, 2014

With the publication this week of the contribution of Working Group II of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to the Fifth Assessment Report, I can reveal details of my … read more »