Climategate after the Russell Review
Discussing the ‘Climategate’ Affair and the CRU Inquiries
* Stephen McIntyre (Canada)
* David Holland (UK)
Tuesday, 13 July 2010, 19:00 – 21:00
Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, 1 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5DB
Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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On 7 July, Sir Muir Russell will publish the findings of the Independent Climate Change Email Review into what is commonly known as the ‘Climategate’ Affair. The Global Warming Policy Foundation is holding a public meeting to assess the procedures, conclusions and implications of the Review and the lessons of Climategate.
Stephen McIntyre and David Holland are internationally recognised critics of the flawed expert advisory process that governments continue to rely on. Both are the subject of frequent references in the ‘Climategate’ emails (McIntyre is mentioned over 100 times) and both contributed written submissions of evidence to the Muir Russell inquiry. According to the BBC, McIntyre “arguably knows more about CRU science than anyone outside the unit – but none of the CRU inquiries has contacted him for input.”
The meeting will be chaired by Dr Benny Peiser, director of the Global Warming Policy Foundation.
About the Speakers
Stephen McIntyre, a Canadian citizen, is a mathematical statistician and the most prominent critic of the so-called Hockey Stick graph. Since becoming involved with climate change issues some years ago, he has become a leading and internationally recognised critic first, of the handling of data and the treatment of evidence by prominent and influential climate scientists, and second, of flawed IPCC procedures. Besides his numerous publications, he has made a major contribution to the debate through his prizewinning blog, ClimateAudit.
David Holland is a retired engineer. He was a co-author of a leading critique of the Stern Review, and more recently has published a far-reaching criticism of IPCC methods and procedures.