Articles Tagged: Eric Loewen

Inconvenient Data: The Need for an International Climate Data Registry

No discussion of climate change proceeds far without recognizing the critical role of observational data in shaping perceptions and conclusions about the state of the climate and how it is changing. Whether the focus is on a seemingly simple question as “what is the temperature trend?” or a more complex question, such as “how is […]

Senate Climate Conference Offers One-Sided View

WASHINGTON – The Domenici-Bingaman White Paper and scheduled “conference” appears to raise a number of important questions to stimulate discussion leading to the development of legislation, but it is clear that the objective is not a search for the right path; it is a justification for a regulatory program based on a mandatory “cap and […]

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