All pages with keywords: climate science
The Sunday Telegraph’ publish a column full of unchecked errors – showing how climate change deniers exploit weak editorial standards and mislead readers. read more »
A handful of campaigners who promote the use of fossil fuels are using newspaper articles to offer a deeply unfair choice to people living in the poorest countries of the … read more »
Much of the existing literature employing the framework of controversy focuses on the science-policy interface. However a clear gap exists regarding the way(s) in which controversy may fundamentally shape the … read more »
The new Met Office paper this week casts serious doubt on the low estimates of climate sensitivity. It points out that a doubling of atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide directly … read more »
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‘There is already strong and mounting evidence of changes in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events around the world’ The Times – subscription is required.
Letters: The review’s main conclusion, that the risks of inaction on climate change are far greater than the costs of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, is robust the Guardian
David Rose loves to tell readers of the ‘The Mail on Sunday’ that global warming ‘stopped’ in the mid-1990s. On 5 December 2010, the newspaper published a long article by … read more »