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‘Delinquent Teen’ Press Clippings

Reviews of my book continue to appear in Switzerland, South Africa, the UK, and the US.

My Own Josh Cartoon

The IPCC has, so far, ignored my book. But perhaps I'm having an impact nevertheless.

News & Reviews

At the end of 2011 Treehugger.com continues to portray IPCC chairman Rajendra Pachauri as a saint.

E-Book Tipping Point

Amazon.com says e-books have begun out-selling hardcover and paperback books combined. Climate titles that don't have an e-book edition are now at a serious disadvantage.

The Climate Caper

Written by a senior Australian scientist, The Climate Caper explores some of the reasons why official IPCC science has become so pervasive. For one thing, it's affiliated with huge government agencies employing large numbers of civil servant scientists.

Pachauri’s Pal the Worldwatch Institute

Before the IPCC was even founded, the Worldwatch Institute had already declared that global warming was caused by fossil fuels. Surely that makes the IPCC chairman's decision to fraternize with this activist organization a bit awkward.

Bill McKibben Says It’s Urgent

In the world inhabited by this environmental crusader, climate change is "a crisis that's breaking over our heads at this moment," ExxonMobil peddles petroleum the way drug dealers peddle heroin, we "have no choice" but to turn our backs on fossil fuels.

Is Everything Really Getting Worse?

David Suzuki says the planet is in "far worse shape" today than 50 years ago. But a growing library of exhaustively researched books claim the opposite.

Why I’m Giving ‘The Hockey Stick Illusion’ for Christmas

It's difficult to read Andrew Montford's Hockey Stick Illusion book and not conclude that something is terribly amiss - in the world of science, in scientific publishing, and within the bowels of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.

Talking Jesus: Obama vs. Bush

There’s an important article in the Politico , titled, “Obama invokes Jesus more than Bush.” President Barack Obama, says the article, has mentioned...