I’m writing two chapters in this new book, Climate Change: The Facts 2014 which will be crowd-funded to become published. I’m sure you will recognize some other names also contributing chapters in addition to my two chapters on extreme weather and the surface temperature record. I hope you’ll consider helping out bringing it to publication. There’s also a chance your help can earn you a spot on the back cover, see the details in the press release:
The Institute of Public Affairs is bringing together the biggest names in the climate change debate. Make a tax-deductible donation today to help the IPA publish a new book of research,Climate Change: The Facts 2014,and continue to influence the climate change debate in Australia.
If you donate $400 or more you will have the option of being prominently acknowledged on the back cover of Climate Change: The Facts 2014.
“This is a crucial year in the climate debate. Australia needs the IPA’s Climate Change: The Facts 2014 so our politicians get to see the evidence – such as the failure of the planet to warm since 1998, and the immeasurably small effect Australia’s global warming policies will actually have on world temperatures.”
– Andrew Bolt, contributor to Climate Change: The Facts 2014
“At last people are making up their own mind about climate change – they can see the doomsayers are wrong!”
– James Delingpole, contributor to Climate Change: The Facts 2014
“Climate change alarmists have done a great disservice to the cause of rational scientific enquiry.Climate Change: The Facts 2014is significant because it deals with the evidence.”
– Professor Stewart Franks, University of Tasmania,
contributor to Climate Change: The Facts 2014
I would point out that it won’t be just about Australia, it will be global in its scope.
If you’d like to help out, go here http://thefacts2014.ipa.org.au/ and see the right sidebar.
Full disclosure: I don’t get any payment for writing those chapters, donations go to publication, distribution, and marketing costs.