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350 or bust: Climate Change: Lines of Evidence

The National Academies, America’s preeminent independent scientific advisory body, has produced a series of videos about the science of climate change. This one,the second in the series, explains how scientists have arrived at the current state of knowledge about recent climate change and its causes. * National Academies.org Climate Change Study Forces Skeptical Scientists To . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: Climate Change: Lines of Evidence

DeSmogBlog: UK Police Cease Botched Investigation into Stolen UEA Climate Scientists’ Emails

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"Our Priority is You," reads the tagline of the Norfolk Constabulary. The rest of the sentence ought to read, "unless you are a climate scientist."

The Norfolk Constabulary announced today that it has called off its investigation into the criminal hacking of the University of East . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: UK Police Cease Botched Investigation into Stolen UEA Climate Scientists’ Emails

DeSmogBlog: Scientists Tell US State Department Excluding Climate Impacts in Keystone XL Review ‘Neither Wise nor Credible’

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Ten of the nation’s top climate scientists penned a letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today questioning why the State Department isn't considering the enormous climate change impacts of developing the Alberta tar sands in its review of the controversial Keystone XL export pipeline project. 

“At the moment, your . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: Scientists Tell US State Department Excluding Climate Impacts in Keystone XL Review ‘Neither Wise nor Credible’

DeSmogBlog: S.E. Cupp Attacks Climate Science and Climate Scientists on MSNBC

Yesterday, I appeared on MSNBC’s Now with Alex Wagner to talk about The Republican Brain. It was largely an interview about what’s going on with conservatives and science right now—why they distrust it so much—but S.E. Cupp, the conservative on the panel, called my argument “infuriating.”

Then, she proceeded to attack climate science and the researchers . . . → Read More: DeSmogBlog: S.E. Cupp Attacks Climate Science and Climate Scientists on MSNBC

350 or bust: I’m A Climate Scientist

After the last week’s revelations and counter-revelations regarding the Heartland Institute’s campaign against climate science and climate scientists, here’s an appropriate reminder (language warning!) * Don’t forget to go to the “I Heart Climate Scientists” Facebook page and show these folks some love, for all the work they are doing for us and for our . . . → Read More: 350 or bust: I’m A Climate Scientist