All pages with keywords: scepticism

Mapping the climate sceptical blogosphere

Mapping the climate sceptical blogosphere

a research article by Amelia Sharman 6 April, 2014

Global Environmental Change, 26: 159-170


Moon Landing Faked!!!—Why People Believe in Conspiracy Theories

Moon Landing Faked!!!—Why People Believe in Conspiracy Theories

a commentary by Sander van der Linden 30 April, 2013

New psychological research helps explain why some see intricate government conspiracies behind events like 9/11 or the Boston bombing  


Why is Boris Johnson promoting climate change “sceptics”?

Why is Boris Johnson promoting climate change “sceptics”?

a commentary by Bob Ward 1 August, 2012

On Thursday, Boris Johnson will host the second of the Mayor of London 2012 Debates, which he claims are “London’s intellectual contribution to the [Olympic] Games”, and “will help define … read more »


Leaders not plugged in to climate change reality

Leaders not plugged in to climate change reality

a commentary by Bob Ward 2 July, 2012

From Mr Bob Ward. Sir, Your excellent editorial “Learning to live in a changing climate” (July 2) was quite right to question the suggestion by Rex Tillerson, chief executive of … read more »


How the UK’s feeble system of media regulation fails the public interest on climate change

How the UK’s feeble system of media regulation fails the public interest on climate change

a commentary by Bob Ward 16 March, 2012

The Leveson Inquiry into the culture, practice and ethics of the Press has mainly been focusing mainly on issues arising from the alleged hacking of phones by journalists at some national newspapers. But the Inquiry would perform a great service for the public interest if it also investigates the way that some parts of the media are choosing to cover the issue of climate change. read more »