Climate Etc. provides a forum for climate researchers, academics and technical experts from other fields, citizen scientists, and the interested public to engage in a discussion on topics related to climate science and the science-policy interface.
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Climate Etc. is hosted by Judith Curry. Website: http://curry.eas.gatech.edu/
I am Professor and former Chair of the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology and President (co-owner) of Climate Forecast Applications Network (CFAN). Here is a [link] to my c.v.
My views on climate change are best summarized by my recent Congressional Testimony:
- President’s Climate Action Plan
- Policy Relevant Climate Issues in Context
- Rational Discussion of Climate Change: the Science, the Evidence, the Response
- WSJ: Global warming statistical meltdown
- Financial Post: An unsettled climate
- Financial Post: Kill the IPCC
- Judith Curry on Climate Change: EconTalk
- Interview for Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine
- Interview with Kirk Englehardt: Science Communications
- NPR: ‘Uncertain’ science: Judith Curry’s take on climate change
- NYTimes: A climate scientist who engages skeptics
- Discover Magazine: It’s getting hot in here: the big battle over climate science
- An inconvenient provocateur
- Scientific American: Climate Heretic: Judith Curry turns on her colleagues
- Oilprice.com: The IPCC may have outlived its usefulness
- Quadrant: Chatting with a climate heretic
- Collideascape: Curry: The backstory
- Oilprice.com interview II
- Interviews with the SF Examiner
- Climate Heretic
Selected talks and presentations
- State of the Climate Debate, National Press Club [link] (public; video)
- State of the Climate Debate, NARUC Annual Meeting [link] (public; .ppt)
- Causes and Implications of the Pause in Global warming [link] (technical; .ppt)
Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on this blog do not in any way reflect the opinions of Georgia Tech.