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Canadian greens say lake-destroying research is all about science - but how do we know for sure?
According to 1960s radicals, the environmental movement has been funded and orchestrated by fossil fuel interests.
Last week, a sustainability summit organized by the chairman of the IPCC was held in India. The World Wildlife Fund provided funding.
This blog will return in mid-September. In the meantime, here’s a video of a presentation I gave in Australia last month – and some thoughts on the bankruptcy of contemporary green analysis.
The World Wildlife Fund's first corporate sponsor was Shell oil - which continued to fund it for the next four decades.
Earth Hour isn't a volunteer, grassroots operation. The World Wildlife Fund pays its US and Canadian CEOs so handsomely they are part of the economic elite - the top 1% of income earners.
Everyone thinks ground zero for climate change effects is somewhere different. Most of these claims, therefore, must be wrong.
Write an essay that pokes holes in a green myth, submit it by June 30th, and you could be $13,000 US dollars richer.
An activist group has been funding a particular corner of scientific research to the tune of $1 million a year for more than two decades. Do we really think this hasn't influenced how those working in that field see the world?
Who knew that green groups - and those with business interests in renewable energy - have access to such obscene amounts of money?
A year ago a group of volunteers from 12 countries struck a blow for truth-in-advertising. Our audit revealed that 1 in 3 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report references are to non-peer-reviewed literature. For years we've been told the climate bible bases its conclusions exclusively on peer-reviewed research.
When environmentalists organize themselves, fund-raise, and try to spread their message this is considered legitimate democratic activity. Yet the minute climate skeptics engage in the same activities we're accused of being doubt-mongers who manufacture uncertainty and merchandise doubt.
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