Articles Tagged: William Happer

Happer Reviews “The Age of Global Warming: A History” by Rupert Darwall

Institute Chair Dr. William Happer of Princeton University reviews Rupert Darwall’s The Age of Global Warming: A History for Academic Questions. Happer writes: Darwall has presented the first systematic history of the origins and growth of the global warming movement following the 1987 report by the United Nations Commission on Environment and Development (the Brundtland Commission), […]

Why Has There Been No Global Warming for the Last Decade?

On Thursday, October 10, Marshall Institute Chairman, Dr. William Happer, a professor of physics at Princeton University, delivered remarks on climate change science before the Princeton Physics Colloquium. The speech offers a detailed scientific examination of the role of carbon dioxide in driving temperature change.

The IPCC’s Magic Touch

Like a magician who uses misdirection to focus attention on what he appears to be doing and not on what he is actually doing, the just released Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report (AR5) tries to shift attention from significant uncertainties by issuing a statement that it is extremely likely that warming since 1950 has been mainly caused by human activities. Indeed, it increases its probability estimate from 90% to 95%.

Understand Climate Science before Making Climate Policy

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Happer Discussing Climate Science

  Dr. William Happer discusses climate science on CNBC.

In Defense of Carbon Dioxide

Of all of the world’s chemical compounds, none has a worse reputation than carbon dioxide. Thanks to the single-minded demonization of this natural and essential atmospheric gas by advocates of government control of energy production, the conventional wisdom about carbon dioxide is that it is a dangerous pollutant. That’s simply not the case. Contrary to […]

Global Warming Models Are Wrong Again

by Will Happer During a fundraiser in Atlanta earlier this month, President Obama is reported to have said: “It gets you a little nervous about what is happening to global temperatures. When it is 75 degrees in Chicago in the beginning of March, you start thinking. On the other hand, I really have enjoyed nice […]

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