"To look for certainty or near-certainty [in climate change policy] leads experts into professional dishonesty, forcing them to hide their doubts and the limitations of their evidence. It also encourages ideological thinking, where public debate becomes polarised between opposing camps unable to adm...

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Coalition scientist Dr Gerrit van der LIngen has collated the printed "debate" between himself and Professor Bryan Story in the Chrischurch magazine Avenues together with the "adjudication" by Judge John Hansen. To download pdf file:  LINK

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NZ COULD LEAD WORLD TO CLIMATE SANITY

December 12, 2008, 11:43 am News

"New Zealand now has an opportunity to set an example to the world and help restore a more rational approach to climate policy, one based on a full understanding of the relevant science, not just that which supports politically convenient views". International Climate Science director Tom Harris in...

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CEDNTRALLY PLANNED ETS HAS BEEN A FAILURE

December 12, 2008, 11:12 am News

Gross and irresponsible exaggerationof climate issues will rapidly turn public opinionagainst the messengers. "Not only would this mean a reaction against the influence of the European green movement and a further deepening of the distrust of politicians, but science will also suffer. Science is bui

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UK SCIENTIFIC ALLIANCE WANTS 6 ANSWERS

December 12, 2008, 5:19 am News

"Objective assessment of the current evidence, plus further unbiased gathering of evidence may reveal some inconvenient truths for the orthodox view. Or these truths may prove to be inconvenient for sceptics." In this first of two scholarly essays, the UK Scientific Alliance poses 6 questions that n

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