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Atlas to Correct Melting Greenland

By | September 23, 2011

A correction will be made to a renowned atlas, a recent edition of which incorrectly showed Greenland lost extreme amounts of ice.

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Research Fund Used for Political Ends

By | September 19, 2011

Research money from the oil industry was used by University of Calgary academics to promote skepticism about human-caused climate change.

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Flaws in Climate Questioning Paper

By | September 6, 2011

A recent paper that fueled skepticism about the severity of climate change predicted by current models contained fundamental errors and false claims.

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Climategate documents released

By | August 26, 2011

Data and other files connected to the work of climatologist Michael Mann have been released to a conservative think tank that sued to gain access.

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Protection Sought for Climate Researcher

By | August 15, 2011

Advocacy groups say the University of Virginia is releasing too much of its climate researcher's documents.

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Report Faults BBC Science Coverage

By | July 22, 2011

Journalists should focus more on accurately representing the science of climate change and vaccinations and less on impartiality, a new review finds.

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