IPCC’s Pachauri – no retroactive conflict of interest policy to be applied to the next AR5 report

Gobsmacking arrogance from Pachauri as reported by Steve McIntyre at his Climate Audit blog. Steve writes: Yesterday, IPCC chairman Pachauri told Oliver Morton of The Economist at an IPCC event in Brussels that conflict of interest policies would not not apply to AR5 authors. IPCC thereby sabotaged recommendations from the Interacademy Council and announced its…

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Greenpeace in our time

Josh from cartoonsbyjosh.com has been extra busy this week. He writes of the latest IPCC debacle: Christopher Booker suggested a lovely idea for his latest article They did not use it there… it is here instead ;-) Oh but wait…there’s more…Josh also writes:

The ARCUS June Arctic Sea Ice Outlook

WUWT readers may recall last month when I asked them to complete a web poll for the ARCUS Arctic Sea Ice Outlook. Readers obliged and I submitted the results to ARCUS to be included in their June Outlook, as shown below: Download High Resolution Version of Figure 1. WUWT is second highest, at 5.5 million…

Ask and ye shall receive NOAA

A while back, I highlighted this, and now comments are open to the public and I’m sure there will be many readers who would like to contribute. NOAA seeks public comments on scientific integrity policy June 16, 2011 NOAA’s draft scientific integrity policy is available for public review and comment until Aug. 15, 2011. The…