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:
- Data or Dogma
- President’s UN Climate Pledge
- President’s Climate Action Plan
- Policy Relevant Climate Issues in Context
- Rational Discussion of Climate Change: the Science, the Evidence, the Response
- Fox News: A new low in science: criminalizing climate skeptics
- WSJ: Global warming statistical meltdown
- Financial Post: An unsettled climate
- Financial Post: Kill the IPCC
- Judith Curry on the state of climate science: Power Hour
- 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 or Climate Forecast Applications Network.
Funding disclosure: Funding sources for my research have included NSF, NASA, NOAA, DOD and DOE. Recent government contracts for CFAN include a DOE contract to develop extended range regional wind power forecasts, a DOD contract to predict extreme events associated with climate variability/change having implications for regional stability, and a NOAA contract to improve sub seasonal forecasting. CFAN contracts with private sector and other non-governmental organizations include energy and power companies, reinsurance companies, other weather service providers, NGOs and development banks. Specifically with regards to the energy and power companies, these contracts are for medium-range (days to weeks) forecasts of hurricane activity and landfall impacts, and also energy demand (temperature). CFAN has one contract with an energy company that also includes hydropower and wind power generation.