Donna Laframboise is an investigative journalist based in Port Dover, Canada. She is the author of two books about the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).
Described by Germany’s Der Spiegel as the IPCC’s “sharpest critic,” Donna has testified about the IPCC before a committee of the British House of Commons, and addressed audiences in Berlin, Brisbane, Calgary, Edinburgh, Erice (Sicily), London, Mannheim, Melbourne, Munich, Oslo, Perth, Sydney, Toronto, and Warsaw.
Ed Berry, Ph.D. in Atmospheric Physics, summarizes for general readership a detailed scientific report by Willie Soon, Ronan Connolly and Michael Connolly that shows that the sun, not CO2 causes climate change.
Ivar Giaever, Nobel Prize in Physics in 1973, explains in clear and simple terms why the claims of "Catastrophic Man-Made Global Warming" are greatly over exaggerated and unscientific.
Matt Ridley is one of the world’s foremost science writers. His books have sold over a million copies and been translated into 30 languages. Here is the link to the original document:
Steven Hayward demonstrates the correct way to plot temperature and CO2 charts in order to make global decisions. The same idea applies to many other topics for charts.
The Catholic Church has been fairly consistent in supporting the hypothesis of catastrophic man-made global warming. In 2015, the leaders of the Church are recommending that the world stop using fossil fuels in all areas by 2050. What will the world be like if the world decides to stop using fossil fuels before they are exhausted?
The Société de Calcul Mathématique SA, in France has issued a long in depth white paper on climate change: “The battle against global warming is an absurd, costly and pointless crusade. Models are useful when attempting to review our knowledge, but they should not be used as an aid to decision-making until they have been validated.””
David Siegel is an accomplished author, analyst about topics the world is struggling with, and consultant helping to improve businesses. This interview describes his journey to understand the topic of Man-Made Global Warming and its relative importance compared with other problems the world is facing.