Posted 25 October 2012

A UK blogger who is a qualified engineer and a graduate of the History and Philosophy of Science, and interested in finding out how the solar system works and how Earth is affected by changes in it has analysed the judgement in the case taken in the New Zealand High Court b...

Continue Reading...

Posted 23 October 2012

NIWA seeks to make New Zealand legal history by claiming costs not from the New Zealand Climate Science Education Trust which took the case against it in the High Court, but from two private citizen members of that Trust.  The issue has been summarised in this article from...

Continue Reading...

Posted 1 October 2012

This paper offers a short course explaining why the billions of taxpayer's dollars have been wasted -- as spending has escalated on international conferences, funding greenhouse gas emission reduction schemes, subsidizing carbon sequestration experiments, and funding researc...

Continue Reading...

Posted 1 October 2012

Influential columnist of the UK's Daily Telegraph, Chrisopher Booker, has blasted the plan by British Chancellor of the Esxchequer George Osborne to introduce next year an EU "carbon emissions tax" that Booker says on its own will double electricity prices in 18 years. He...

Continue Reading...

Posted 28 September 2012

This paper given by Dr David R B Stockwell, of Central Queensland University to the recent Australian Environment Foundation Conference in Sydney,  proves a logical circularity undermines the validity of a commonly used method of homogenizing surface temperature networks....

Continue Reading...