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Legacy of Climategate – 10 years later

by Judith Curry My reflections on Climategate 10 years later, and also reflections on my reflections of 5 years ago.

The legacy of Climategate: 5 years later

by Judith Curry UPDATE: new email from student that motivated “An open letter . .” Every year at Thanksgiving, I am reminded of Climategate.

After Climategate . . . never the same (?)

by Judith Curry Has Climategate been a good thing? – Mike Hulme

The legacy of climategate: Part II

by Judith Curry I’ve just been informed that WIREs Climate Change invited two articles on this topic, and also editorial commentary.

The legacy of climategate

by Judith Curry But when evaluating climategate, a variety of responses is seen, ranging from the apologetic to the highly critical. It is argued that reluctance to critically examine the climategate affair, including suspect practices of scientists, has to do … Continue reading

Climategate and American TV Meteorologists

by Judith Curry “Climategate”—the unauthorized release of, and news stories about, e-mails between climate scientists in the United States and United Kingdom—undermined belief in global warming and possibly also trust in climate scientists among TV meteorologists in the United States.

Trying to put the Climategate genie back in the bottle

by Judith Curry The viral “Climategate” has had a substantial impact on public perception of climate science and scientists.  Several strategies have been tried to put the Climategate genie back in the bottle, without much success.  An article by Peter … Continue reading

Neverending Reflections on Climategate

by Judith Curry Motivated by a post by David Roberts at Grist, there has been some interesting reflection on Climategate this past week.  Roberts’ post entitled “What we have and haven’t learned from Climategate” says:

What have we learned from Climategate? Part II

by Judith Curry The previous thread is getting unwieldly, there seems to still be much interest in discussing this, and there are some new interesting articles that I’ve spotted:

What have we learned from Climategate?

by Judith Curry On this one year anniversary of the unauthorized release of the emails from the Climate Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, there have been a number of articles reflecting on what the impact of this … Continue reading

‘Alarmism enforcement’ on hurricanes and global warming

by Judith Curry I used to be concerned about ‘consensus enforcement’ on the topic of climate change.  Now I am concerned about ‘alarmism enforcement.’

Climate scientists’ motivated reasoning

by Judith Curry Insights into the motivated reasoning of climate scientists, including my own efforts to sort out my own biases and motivated reasoning following publication of the Webster et al. (2005) paper

Week in review – science edition

by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week.

Week in review – science edition

by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week.

Admitting mistakes in a ‘hostile environment’

by Judith Curry Reflections on Nic Lewis’ audit of the Resplandy et al. paper.

Four questions on climate change

by Garth Paltridge An essay on the state of climate change science.

Bullying as scientific misconduct

by Judith Curry Updated AGU Ethics Policy available for member comment.  Proposed new language identifies harassment and bullying as scientific misconduct.

House Science Committee Hearing

by Judith Curry My testimony at the House Science Committee Hearing on Climate Science: Assumptions, Policy Implications and the Scientific Method.

Climate scientists versus climate data

by John Bates A look behind the curtain at NOAA’s climate data center.

JC in transition

by Judith Curry Effective January 1, I have resigned my tenured faculty position at Georgia Tech.

The latest climate ‘conspiracy theory’

by Judith Curry Guess who the new climate ‘conspiracy theorists’ are?

Week in review – science and policy edition

by Judith Curry A few things that caught my eye this past week.

Climate modelers open up their black boxes to scrutiny

by Judith Curry Paul Voosen has written a remarkable article in Science about climate model tuning.

A new definition of academic misconduct

by Judith Curry Ridd was punished by James Cook University for “not displaying responsibility in respecting the reputations of other colleagues.” The university even warned that if he does this again, he’ll be tried for serious misconduct.

Climate Hustle

by Judith Curry Are they trying to control the climate . . . or you?