Climate Skeptics


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Hot time in the city

The best way to fight climate change? Don’t call it climate change.

U.S. cities are getting hammered by climate change. What are they doing about it?

trash talk

Lawyers told House Science Chair Lamar Smith his subpoenas are trash.

The House Science chair is violating the First Amendment with this charade, they argue.

Put your money where your mouth is

Major corporations that claim to support climate action are funding politicians who oppose it.

The hypocritical companies include Google, AT&T, DuPont, and PepsiCo.

Still Not Stewart

Seth Meyers: Eco-warrior?

Seth Meyers lays into climate-denier excuses.

Climate Skeptics

111 ways Nate Silver hire Roger Pielke Jr doesn’t like you

Roger Pielke Jr, the political scientist recently hired by Nate Silver’s new FiveThirtyEight “data journalism” venture, thinks climate scientists are McCarthyite political activists who are lying, exaggerating bullshitters and alarmists. Guess what he thinks about Grist readers (#79)!

Climate & Energy

Slow Ride Stories: Kick-starting conversations about climate change

Two filmmakers are touring the back roads of America this summer, talking to ordinary people about climate change. Their hope: to change the way we talk about, and deal with, the most pressing issue of our time.

Climate & Energy

Here are some of the death threats sent to a climate scientist

Phil Jones became a public figure when his emails on climate science were stolen and released. As a result, he received a number of threats on his life.

Climate Skeptics

BP’s Glenn Beck strategy for maybe saving a few million dollars

Two scientists hired by the petroleum giant turn over personal emails, replaying an all-too-common scenario in a data-rich world.