If Lewis and Curry are right, and the warming effect of CO2 is only 50–70% of what the “consensus” has said, cuts in CO2 emissions need not be as drastic as previously thought.
Peer review is the evaluation of submitted journal articles that report specific research results. The Red Team will critique a huge assessment report that purports to summarize an entire body of science.
Words flew as CFACT’s Craig Rucker and Sir Richard Branson squared off at the Rio+20 Earth Summit in Brazil. Surrounded by Greenpeace activists, Branson was leaving the Greenpeace press conference just as Rucker was entering for CFACT’s press event. Rucker seized the opportunity to confront the globe-trotting, fossil fuel-burning Branson about his unlikely position on global warming. “Sir, do you support the European carbon tax on your own planes going from the United States to Europe?” Rucker asked. Clearly surprised, Branson responded that he would prefer it be an “international tax, [...]
Leading climate experts challenge the UN to provide sound evidence for their catastrophic forecasts. Tom Harris, Executive Director of the International Climate Science Coalition, presents the Climate Challenge at the Climate Sense Conference in Copenhagen.
Sign the petition! http://www.allpainnogain.org Lord Christopher Monckton talks to a protester at the second International Climate Conference in Berlin co-sponsored by CFACT and several European think tanks.
CFACT Executive Director Craig Rucker interviews Greenpeace activists who protest at the second International Climate Conference in Berlin co-sponsored by CFACT and several European think tanks Sign our petition: http://www.allpainnogain.org.