Tag: climategate

Cool Green Morning: Friday, February 12

Written by | February 12th, 2010

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Yes, yes, it’s Valentine’s weekend — calm down, don’t pull a muscle, and take a minute before your bacchanal begins to embrace Friday’s hottest green news. (You will need something to talk about at some point, right?)

  1. The team investigating those Climategate emails defends itself against charges it lacks independence. (Climate Feedback)
  2. Call it the E.U. effect: European forests are becoming more biodiverse — but more like each other, too…huh? (Conservation Maven)
  3. Zoom, zoom: Ford introduces an all-electric truck. (EcoGeek)
  4. The latest in organic? How about tobacco? (Eat. Drink. Better.)
  5. A zero-carbon underground home for a British soccer star. (Inhabitat)

Has ‘Climategate’ Affected Your Trust in Science?

Written by | February 8th, 2010

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Have recent revelations about email dustups and some unsupported claims regarding climate change shaken your confidence in science as a whole? Or are these just anomalies and human failings, and your trust in science still strong? Let us know — leave a comment below.

The Real Meaning of Those Stolen Climate Emails

Written by | November 30th, 2009

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The pilfering of email correspondence among climate scientists from a major climate center in Britain two weeks ago has grown into a very public controversy unimaginatively dubbed “Climategate.” Some of the emails revealed those scientists scoffing at (but also fearful of) climate skeptics — to the point of wanting to block publication of some scientific […]

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