Based on the IAC-recommendation that ‘the full range of views’ should be covered in the IPCC-reports, Parliament asked the Dutch government ‘to also involve climate skeptics in future studies on climate change’. This new site, Climate Dialogue is the result. What do you think of their approach? [more]
A myth that refuses to die. But any claim that climate science is radically wrong would require extraordinary evidence.
A comment on an interview with professor Fritz Vahrenholt (European Energy Review, May 2) [more]
Discussions about hockeysticks and feedbacks are all very interesting, but they are not the crux of why there is a such a heated and politicized debate about climate change. We don’t have a similar public debate about the mating behavior of fruitflies after all. [more]
AGW is real. The consequences are likely to be serious and it needs to be addressed. The extent to which this means we have to change the way we live is more debatable.. [more]
Given the failure of CO2 reduction policy, should efforts be put into secondary areas in order to grow the necessary political support to make the main effort – CO2 reduction – a viable political option and eventual reality? [more]
Nothing about the future is for sure, but different actions bear different risks. [more]