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We need to provide the space for constructive debates on climate change. Ignoring climate scepticism won’t make it go away

We need to provide the space for constructive debates on climate change. Ignoring climate scepticism won’t make it go away

a commentary by Amelia Sharman 23 March, 2012

Amelia Sharman argues that a better understanding of how climate scepticism impacts policymaking is vital. We have to create a more critical dialogue about how scientific information on our climate… British … read more »


News Corporation, the Murdochs and climate change

News Corporation, the Murdochs and climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward 5 March, 2012

The Wall Street Journal last month published the latest in a series of inaccurate and misleading articles about climate change in the form of a lengthy editorial by 16 ‘sceptics’, … read more »


Heartland Institute leak exposes strategies of climate attack machine

Heartland Institute leak exposes strategies of climate attack machine

a commentary by Bob Ward 21 February, 2012

Bob Ward: The documents show how groups play up controversy to undermine confidence in well-established scientific findings the Guardian


Leaked files expose Heartland Institute’s secrets

Leaked files expose Heartland Institute’s secrets

a commentary by Bob Ward 16 February, 2012

Bob Ward: The tables have been well and truly turned in “deniergate”, the leak of documents from a key climate-sceptic think tank in the US.   New Scientist


Can Durban deliver?

Can Durban deliver?

a commentary by Michael Jacobs 29 November, 2011

These two weeks might turn out to be more interesting than expected, writes Michael Jacobs. The stakes are certainly high enough. Inside Story