The Heartland Institute published screen captures of a bunch of emails that purport to indict Peter Gleick. But instead the emails make clear the answer to the question “are we being told the whole story.” And that answer is “No.”
The Heartland Institute continues its brazen calls for others to be ethical while refusing to behave ethically itself.
Did someone associated with Heartland author the “climate strategy” memo? A recent statement intended to exonerate Heartland raises questions instead.
The Heartland Institute’s recent statements are filled with irony and hypocrisy, a point made abundantly clear by an official letter from the Climate Scientist Legal Defense Fund and by the admission of responsibility by Peter Gleick.
The Heartland Institute used the PR director’s email to deliver threats of possible legal action (SLAPP suits, perhaps) against journalists who have written about the confidential Heartland documents that were published on Valentine’s Day.
Peter H. Gleick collects the five most outrageous examples of climate BS (Bad Science) from 2011, with several runners-up. Number one? All the Republican presidential candidates.
Australian author and climate disruption denialist Ian Plimer debunks himself with self-contradictory statements in his 2009 book “Heaven and Earth.”
The Heartland Institute has a history of distorting climate science and lying about climate scientists. Their latest climate-related media advisory is no exception.
The sixth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC), a large gathering of human-caused climate disruption deniers that is sponsored by the Heartland Institute, opens tomorrow morning. The frontpage for the conference website […]
On January 24, Mark Boslough of the University of New Mexico and Sandia National Laboratories wrote an op-ed in the Santa Fe New Mexican in which he criticized the Heartland Institute and […]