Daily Archives: December 1, 2009

News from Copenhagen: Denmark rife with CO2 fraud

Gosh, who could have predicting this? Oh, wait, haven’t we we heard this same thing months before in Britain? See this WUWT story. From Tuesday, 01 December 2009 10:08 DN News Denmark rife with CO2 fraud Scams in many countries … Continue reading

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Posted in Carbon credits | 78 Comments

Oh snap! CO2 causes some ocean critters to build more shells

And some thought ocean acidification would destroy everything. “We were surprised that some organisms didn’t behave in the way we expected under elevated CO2″…“They were somehow able to manipulate CO2…to build their skeletons.” From the Wood Hole Oceanographic Institute press … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon dioxide, Oceans | 225 Comments

Australia’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) fails 41 to 33 – Climategate a contributor

Add this to the United State’s Senate failure to even address the cap and trade issue, and it appears that carbon trading is losing the financial and political luster it once had. Now Australia’s ETS scheme is delayed in their … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon credits, Climategate | 139 Comments

Lord Monckton’s summary of Climategate and its issues

Both Steve McIntyre and I are mentioned in this comprehensive summary. I’ve posted some excerpts below, with a link to the full report in PDF form. It is well worth a read. – Anthony Cold facts about the hot topic … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 199 Comments

Taking the private jet to Copenhagen

Image of John Travolta Licensed under GNU General Public License From The Sunday Times November 29th Any celebrity flying the green flag needs glittering eco-credentials. But how do they justify the fleet of customised planes, the luxury homes and the … Continue reading

Posted in Climate_change, Opinion | 60 Comments

Phil Jones steps down – pending independent review

From a University of East Anglia Press Release CRU Update 1 December Professor Phil Jones has today announced that he will stand aside as Director of the Climatic Research Unit until the completion of an independent Review resulting from allegations … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 318 Comments

Climategate grows to include other research institutions

UPDATED: By Douglas J. Keenan – special for WUWT Phil Jones tried to hush my paper. SUNY Albany won’t discuss the investigation my paper initiated. And QUB ignored my three FOI requests for their data. I used to do mathematical … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate, Paleoclimatology, UHI | 112 Comments

Climategate begs the question: “is peer review in need of change”?

The following is from the blog Master Resource. Run by Robert Bradley. There are many interesting and well written essays there, and WUWT readers might benefit from a visit. Be sure to support them by checking out their books and … Continue reading

Posted in Climategate | 100 Comments

Holy Hockey Sticks !

Last month I was surprised to find WUWT broke the 2 million hits barrier. This month, it’s worse than we thought: Just another effect of Climategate. In other news, some other websites didn’t appear to benefit from the Climategate “bump”.

Posted in Announcements, Climategate | 193 Comments