Tag Archives: James Delingpole

Marcott: the shape of abrupt climate change

The most disturbing message out of a new temperature study going back 11.3 millennia is the speed and scale of modern warming compared with warming earlier in the Holocene. Ten thousand years ago, the last of the woolly mammoths were taking … Continue reading

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The phoney scandal that was Climategate

The Climategate affair, now officially at an end, wrongly besmirched the reputations of climate scientists and their work. It may have set back efforts to fight global warming by a decade. [31 July 2012 | Peter Boyer] Let’s pause for … Continue reading

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