Climate Change: The Facts, features 22 essays on the science, politics and economics of the climate change debate from the point of view of a range of the most prominent climate change sceptics, with the work of the IPCC coming under strong attack.
The media, politicians, and activists have popularized the notion that climate change has made natural disasters worse. But what does the science actually say? Roger Pielke, Jr. takes a close look at the work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the underlying scientific research, and the data to give you the latest science on… Read more »
We have entered the Climate Casino and are rolling the global-warming dice, warns economist William Nordhaus. He offers a new analysis of why earlier policies failed, how new approaches can succeed, and which policy tools will most effectively reduce emissions. In short, he clarifies a defining problem of our times and lays out the next… Read more »
The Age of Global Warming is not about the science of climate change but about the history of the idea and its politics. Darwall is particularly scathing about the failure of the Copenhagen summit and the morphing of climate science into policy advocacy. Essential reading.
An engineer decides to take an objective look at climate science and the evidence for global warming – and emerges a skeptic.