Week in review – energy and policy edition

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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Week in review – science edition

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week.

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‘Climate culture’ versus ‘knowing disbelief’

by Andy West

Climate culture versus knowing disbelief.

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Mark Steyn’s new book on Michael Mann

by Judith Curry

A Disgrace to the Profession: The World’s Scientists – in their own words – on Michael E Mann, his Hockey Stick and their Damage to Science – Volume One

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Carly Fiorina hits the ‘sweet spot’ on climate change

by Judith Curry

Carly Fiorina shows how to address the left on climate change.

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The adversarial method versus Feynman integrity

by Judith Curry

If you think about the costs I’ll pay for raising these concerns, including the cost of damaged relationships with people that I like, I think you will conclude that a personal commitment to science is the only thing that could be big enough to offset these costs. – Paul Romer

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Will the President’s Clean Power Plan save consumers money?

by Dave Rutledge

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On August 3, President Obama declared that “under the Clean Power Plan, by 2030, renewables will account for 28% of our capacity,” and “will save the average American family nearly $85 on their annual energy bill in 2030.”

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