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Assessing Future Drought and Megadrought Risk - Prof Jonathan Overpeck Seminar Today

The Sprigg Geobiology Centre, The Environment Institute and the Centre for Tectonics, Resources and Exploration present Professor Jonathan Overpeck, Departments of Geosciences and Atmospheric Sciences, University of Arizona, USA and visiting VCCCAR Fellow and Visiting Professor, School of Earth Sciences, University of Melbourne, on Friday 14 June 2013. 206 more words


ATI's FOI request to the University of Arizona 'excessively burdensome'

Chris Horner writes in with this news, I had to chuckle at some of the language UofA used in the reply, seen below, as if Malcolm Hughes and Jonathan Overpeck had to sit in the scribe room on hard wooden stools for days painstakingly reviewing each email with a magnifying glass. 511 more words

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FOI email: science is only influenced by 'big oil' if they do it

Here’s a stunning juxtaposition of two emails (released under FOI request and supplied by Christopher Horner to me) from the University of Arizona’s climate scientist Dr. 1,057 more words

Climate Ugliness

Climategate 2.0: New E-Mails Rock The Global Warming Debate | Forbes

“The trick may be to decide on the main message and use that to guid[e] what’s included and what is left out” of IPCC reports, writes Jonathan Overpeck, coordinating lead author for the IPCC’s most recent climate assessment…

via Climategate 2.0: Forbes.

Climate Change

IPCC Bigwigs Spout Political, Childish Nonsense

I’ve written extensively on the harm Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), inflicts on his own organization. On a regular basis this man demonstrates that the promises the IPCC makes to the public aren’t worth the paper they’re written on. 1,108 more words


Shielding Climate Orthodoxy from Free Speech

Does media reporting of climate skepticism undermine the public good?

We all have our hot buttons, our sacred territory we defend tenaciously. Freedom of expression is one of mine. 1,009 more words

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