Bill Gates, Microsoft: Bill Gates is investing millions to halt global warming by creating an inexhaustible supply of carbon-free energy. Energy would be super interesting even if it wasn't for the terrible climate problem. Climate change is a terrible problem, and it absolutely needs to be solved. It deserves to be a huge priority. There's a lot to worry about.
Alex Baur, EIKE, Markus Haering geologe: Kohlendioxid, kurz CO2, gilt als die grösste Bedrohung unserer Epoche. Zu Unrecht, schreibt der Basler Geologe Markus O. Häring in seinem neuen Buch. Die Realität ist komplizierter, als viele denken.
Paul Driessen, senior policy analyst for the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow: With trillions of dollars in research money, power, prestige, renewable energy subsidies, wealth redistribution schemes, and dreams of international governance on the line, the $1.5-trillion-per-year Climate Industrial Complex is not taking the situation lightly. Climate fear-mongering is in full swing.
The American Museum of Natural History is being attacked by catastrophic anthropogenic global warming alarmists because of its policy to examine the topic of man-made global warming from all sides. This document gives the letter and signatories in defense of discussing all sides.
The American Museum of Natural History is being attacked by catastrophic anthropogenic global warming alarmists because of its policy to examine the topic of man-made global warming from all sides. This document gives Background Details.
Roy Spencer, Ph.D. Meteorology: The total amount of CO2 humans have added to the atmosphere in the last 100 years has upset the radiative energy budget of the Earth by only 1%. How the climate system responds to that small ‘poke’ is very uncertain. Here’s a list of basic climate change questions, and brief answers based upon what I know today.
Shawn Ritenour: Professor of Economics, Fellow of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation: Realism Necessary - The idea that any economist can predict the quantitative effect of an action today on the economy three hundred years from now would be laughable if not taken so seriously by politicians seeking excuses for policies to which they’re already committed on other grounds.
Donald Rapp, Former Full Professor of Physics and Environmental Engineering: It has become a fashionable exercise for some to count the number of published climate papers that seem to subscribe to the alarmist agenda. Unfortunately it is thoroughly unclear exactly what that agenda is. Furthermore, the overwhelming majority of published papers are specific, narrowly focused, and relate to a particular aspect of climate change; very few deal with the big picture of climate change vs. greenhouse gases.