Posted 30 July 2011

Link below takes you to videos of speeches delivered at the 6th International Conference on Climate Change, held in Washington DC . The first video features Coalition member Professor Bob Carter, who was introduced by the chair of our NZ Coalition, Hon Barry Brill.

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Posted 28 July 2011

A guest editorial in the latest (31 July) issue of NZ Catholic commends the University of Notre Dame in Fremantle, Australia, for rejecting attempts to prevent a speech on its campus by Viscount Christopher Monckton. The editorial says: "Notre Dame and those who organised Lo...

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Posted 27 July 2011

Vaclav Klaus, the distinguiished economist who is president of the Czech Republic , on a visit to Australia has addressed the National Press Club in Canberra, challenging what he terms "the global warming doctrine."  View his address and answers to journalists' questions:

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Posted 20 July 2011

On 19 July, Australia's National Press Club hosted a nationally televised debate on climate science between Viscount Christopher Monckton and Dr Richard Denniss, an economist who is executive director of the Australia Institute. See and hear the complete debate here

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Posted 28 June 2011(updated 20 July 2011)

The climate of the earth is said to be controlled by a mechanism called “The Greenhouse Effect” named because of its resemblance to the action of a greenhouse, which is supposed to cause a warming effect on its contents. Yet what actually happens in a...

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Posted 19 July 2011

The Galileo Movement in Australia has put together a 4-page fact sheet on Carbon Dioxide (CO2) and its (lack of) impact on the earth's climate. This website also includes a summary of the efforts and misrepresentations made by the UN IPCC over the last two decades on the cause...

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Posted 14 July 2011

During  his 2011 tour of Australia, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley wowed a Sydney audience with a withering demolition of the so-called "consensus" that human influence is responsible for modern "global warmng". Most of this brilliant address has been recorded in a sequence o...

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Posted 9 July 2011

Our esteemed founding member and IPCC expert reviewer, Dr Vincent Gray,commends this paper from Dr Judith Curry's website that explains why Sea Surface Temperatures are completely unreliable. Since oceans constitute 71% of the globe it means that the reliability of the entire s...

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Posted 3 July 2011

New Zealand Climate Science Coalition chairman, Hon Barry Brill and foundation member Professor Bob Carter  played prominent roles at the Heartland Institute's 6th International Conference on Climate Change held in Washington DC late last week. Link below to the livestream of...

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Posted 27 June 2011

"Fact 1. A mild warming of about 0.5 degrees Celsius (well within previous natural temperature variations) occurred between 1979 and 1998, and has been followed by slight global cooling over the past 10 years. Ergo, dangerous global warming is not occurring.
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Posted 20 June 2011

As a result of concentrated probing by the New Zealand Climate Science Coalition last year, questioning the accuracy of NIWA's Seven Station Series (7SS) temperature records, NIWA undertook a review of 7SS. Dr Vincent Gray, founding membert of NZCSC, and IPCC expert review sin...

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Posted 20 June 2011

Top rating radio talkback host in Sydney, Australia's station 2GB, Alan Jones, talks here to pro0minenejnt climate skeptics, Dr Vincent Gray,  Dr Timothy Ball, Professor Bob Carter, Dr Richard Lindzen, and finally to climate analyst John McLean who tells how few contributiors...

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Posted 18 June 2011

"Science is about enquiry, evidence gathering and scepticism. Pupils need to be taught scientific principles and long-established theories and be well grounded in the scientific method. There is no reason why there should not be discussion of climate change in school..." lates...

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Posted 10 June 2011

A leading Canadian newspaper, Financial Post, and a top-rating Sydney radio host, Allan Jones, have recently condiucted interviews with a foundation member of our Coalition, Dr Vincent Gray, who has the distinction of having been an expert reviewer of all four Assessment Rep...

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Posted 8 June 2011

"Global warming alarmists are throwing a temper tantrum this week after a Virginia judge affirmed that scientists who receive public funds to study global warming are subject to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests regarding their taxpayer-funded research. The alarmists€..

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Posted 8 June 2011

The views of geoscientists are crucial for a proper understanding of climate. “This should have been accepted practice all along, not because geoscientists are necessarily right, but because this should be the normal process of science,” said Dr Andrew Miall. “The idea th...

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Posted 8 June 2011

#### Delegates from around the world are meeting in Bonn to prepare the way for this year's climate summit in South Africa. The UN's climate chief seems to think the time has run out for a second round of the Kyoto Protocol.

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Posted 6 June 2011

Former Deputy Secretary of the Australian Treasury, Des Moore, debunks the latest climate scaremongering by Aussie economist, Ross Garnaut: "Garnaut is not a scientist, he has decided simply to accept this claim without further investigation. In his 2008 report he said that 'on

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Posted 27 May 2011

"We conclude that atmospheric CO2 levels should be above 150 ppm to avoid harming green plants and below about 5000 ppm to avoid harming people. That is a very wide range, and our atmosphere is much closer to the lower end than to the upper end. The current rate of burning foss...

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Posted 25 May 2011

"In June 2010, I published a graph predicting that temperatures will fall sharply around October 2010. Exactly this happened. Since then I have regularly updated the graphs and predictions. As the Southern Oscillation Index is still in the 'la Nina' region, the cooling will, al...

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