Tag Archives: climate science denier

The Guardian’s new style guide

It seems that the Guardian is changing the language it uses about the environment. It’s updated it’s preferred terms to include climate emergency, crisis or breakdown, instead of climate change and global heating, instead of global warming. Maybe most controversially, … Continue reading

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Greenland and climate science denial

There is beautiful interactive New York Times article called Greenland is melting away. In the spirit of climate science denial, the Global Warming Policy Forum has promoted a couple of other articles on Greenland, with the title Greenland blowing away … Continue reading

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Guest Post : Collin Maessen on why language matters

Collin Maessen, who runs the Real Sceptic site, offered to write a guest post about “words and how we use them”. This is an interesting topic in itself, but particularly relevant for the climate science debate as it does seem … Continue reading

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