Unsettled: “most important book on climate science in decades”

Reviewed by Rupert Darwall May 20, 2021 On January 8, 2014, at New York University in Brooklyn, there occurred a unique event in the annals of global warming: nearly eight hours of structured debate between three climate scientists supporting the consensus on manmade global warming and three climate scientists who dispute it, moderated by [...]

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Fact checking Steven Koonin’s Fact Checkers

By Andy May The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) published a review of Steven Koonin’s new book Unsettled on April 25, a little over a week before it went on sale. A blog called “Climate Feedback” published a “Fact Check” of the book review on May 3rd, the day before the book came out. This so-called fact check was [...]

By |2021-05-17T12:17:29+02:0017 May 2021|Book review, News, USA|Comments Off on Fact checking Steven Koonin’s Fact Checkers

Unsettled, Steven Koonin’s new book

I was honored to be chosen by NYU Professor Steven E. Koonin to review his wonderful new book, Unsettled: What Climate Science Tells Us, What it Doesn’t, and Why We Got It Wrong. According to Amazon.com, if you order the Kindle version (Koonin, 2021) now, it will download on May 4th. Professor Koonin sent me a near final [...]

By |2021-04-26T14:04:27+02:0026 April 2021|Book review, News, USA|Comments Off on Unsettled, Steven Koonin’s new book

The Happy Warrior Saves His Best Climate Writing for Last

Bookreview By Patrick J. Michaels April 06, 2021 S. Fred Singer, who died last year, was an emeritus Professor of Environmental Sciences at the University of Virginia, well-known for his written and spoken clarity. His last book, the Third Edition of Hot Talk, Cold Science: Global Warming’s Unfinished Debate, is the most lucid example of his [...]

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A review of Bill Gates’ New Book “How to avoid a climate disaster”

Bill Gates just published a new book, How to Avoid a Climate Disaster. He begins his book with the assertion that “To stop the warming and avoid the worst effects of climate change—and these effects will be very bad—humans need to stop adding greenhouse gases to the atmosphere.” He continues that every country will [...]

By |2021-02-17T20:55:00+01:0017 February 2021|Book review, News, USA|Comments Off on A review of Bill Gates’ New Book “How to avoid a climate disaster”

A review of “Politics & Climate Science – A HISTORY”, Andy May’s new book

A review by Patrice Poyet Abstract of the Review This book is a must-have for any person interested in the history of what is called climate science and of the people who contributed to shaping the dominant ideas of our time. It also describes how the power struggles of various influential groups determined where [...]

By |2021-02-04T16:49:22+01:003 February 2021|Book review, France, News, USA|Comments Off on A review of “Politics & Climate Science – A HISTORY”, Andy May’s new book

William Happer’s review of “False Alarm”, Bjorn Lomborg’s new book

For many years, the Danish economist Bjorn Lomborg has bravely contested the lie that a “climate apocalypse” is the greatest threat to humanity. He correctly points out that humanity faces much more serious problems than climate change. Much of the world’s population is trying to cope with real problems such as hunger, disease, [...]

By |2021-01-25T14:35:49+01:0025 January 2021|Book review, News, USA|Comments Off on William Happer’s review of “False Alarm”, Bjorn Lomborg’s new book