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Claim: Public may be more accepting of advocacy by climate scientists than previously thought

From the TAYLOR & FRANCIS GROUP Public may be more accepting of advocacy by climate scientists than previously thought Research published today in Environmental Communication suggests that scientists may have more freedom than previously thought to engage in certain forms of climate change advocacy without risking harm to their credibility. The experiment, conducted by researchers…

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Claim: Red State Local Government Sneaking In Climate Measures Using “Reframing”

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A post in The Conversation claims that government officials in red state administrations are sneaking in climate measures disguised as government efficiency drives and pollution mitigation initiatives. Red state rural America is acting on climate change – without calling it climate change Author: Rebecca J. Romsdahl Professor of Environmental Science…

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More on Curry’s climate model study saying they are ‘not useful as projections for how the 21st century will actually evolve.’

Guest essay by Larry Hamlin The new climate model study by Dr. Curry addressed in the February 21 WUWT article provides some very powerful conclusions regarding the unsuitability of using climate models for purposes of projecting future global climate behavior. In the Executive Summary of this study Dr. Curry delivers the bottom line on the…

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Richard Lindzen Petition to President Trump: Withdraw from the UN Convention on Climate Change

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Dr. Richard Lindzen has sent a petition to President Trump, asking the President to withdraw the United States from the United Nations Convention on Climate Change. The petition contains the names of around 300 eminent scientists and other qualified individuals, including physicists, engineers, former Astronauts, meteorologists, immunology specialists, marine biologists,…

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The journal Nature is going to begin requiring reproducibility in submitted papers

From the Journal of Irreproducible Science – over 2/3s of researchers say they are unable to replicate study results WUWT Reader “QQBoss” writes: The BBC reports (shockingly), that the journal Nature is going to begin requiring a reproducibility checklist of authors, based on a survey performed last year where at least 70% of respondents (self-selected,…