Category Archives: ClimateBall

Tame and Wicked Problems

Reiner Grundmann has a new paper on The rightful placeful of expertise. It’s rather long, but there were a couple of things I wanted to highlight, and it gives me chance to try and stress something I was trying to … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, ClimateBall, Global warming, Policy, Scientists, The scientific method | Tagged , , , , , | 79 Comments

Between conflation and denial

I’m on my way back from Cambridge, where I had a very pleasant evening with our Stoatness. I also happened to have a look at Climate etc., where Judith is promoting a new paper by Peter Tangney, a Lecturer at … Continue reading

Posted in ClimateBall, Comedy, Policy, Politics, Pseudoscience, Research, Satire | Tagged , , , , , | 246 Comments

John McLean, PhD?

A recent PhD thesis from James Cook University has been receiving a reasonable amount of attention on sites that either dispute anthropogenic global warming (AGW), or its significance (I won’t link to them, but you can probably find them if … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, ClimateBall, Global warming, Pseudoscience, Satire, The scientific method | Tagged , , , , , , , | 110 Comments

THE GWPF’s annual lecture

Since I had nothing better to do with my afternoon, I watched the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s (GWPF) Annual Lecture, given this year by Richard Lindzen. If you really want to watch it, you can find the link here, but … Continue reading

Posted in Carbon tax, Climate change, Climate sensitivity, ClimateBall, Global warming, Policy, The scientific method | Tagged , , , , | 175 Comments

Hurricanes and carbon cuts

I was wanting to quickly comment on a recent Bjorn Lomborg article in the New York Post called No, global warming isn’t causing worse hurricanes. It’s mainly a response to another article in the New York Post called Climate change … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, ClimateBall, Policy, Severe Events | Tagged , , , , , , | 29 Comments

Disasters and Climate Change – part 2

Since I have a bit of free time, I thought I would expand a little on my Review of Roger Pielke Jr’s book about Disasters and Climate Change. As I mentioned in my earlier post, there were a number of … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, ClimateBall, Policy, Roger Pielke Jr | Tagged , , , | 75 Comments

Disasters and Climate Change

Roger Pielke Jr emailed me an advance copy of the 2nd edition of his book on Disasters and Climate Change. Roger’s email ended with I welcome your reactions, comments, critique. Past experience makes me slightly dubious, but I will take … Continue reading

Posted in Climate change, ClimateBall, Policy, Roger Pielke Jr | Tagged , , , , | 110 Comments