Climate policy: Fake it ’til you make it

by Judith Curry

The economic models that are used to inform climate policy currently contain an unhealthy dose of wishful thinking. Technologies that remove carbon dioxide from the air are assumed in the models that avoid dangerous climate change – but such technologies do not yet exist and it is unclear whether they could be deployed at a meaningful scale. – Tim Kruger

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Refocusing the USGCRP

by David Wojick

Our goal here is to begin to articulate a research program into the role of recent long-term natural variability in climate change.

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Week in review – climate adaptation edition

by Judith Curry

Something a bit different this 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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Week in review – politics edition

by Judith Curry

A few things that caught my eye this past week regarding the U.S. Presidential election.

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Measuring bias in the U.S. federally-funded climate research

by David Wojick

Semantic analysis of U.S. Federal budget documents indicates that the climate science research budget is heavily biased in favor of the paradigm of human-induced climate change.

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Dan Sarewitz on Saving Science

By Judith Curry

Science isn’t self-correcting, it’s self-destructing. To save the enterprise, scientists must come out of the lab and into the real world.Daniel Sarewitz

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