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Latest review backs IPCC report findings, calls for more transparency

Dacia Herbulock posted in on July 7th, 2010.

A major review of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s fourth assessment report by the Netherlands Environment Agency wrapped up this week, finding no significant errors in the report’s main conclusions on regional impacts of climate change. It is the latest in a series of reviews that have largely validated mainstream climate science conclusions, while […]

3 News: Have gaffes given sceptics the ammo to undermine climate change theories? – Video

Peter Griffin posted in on February 4th, 2010.

The 3 News team talk with Gareth Renowden about recent errors in scientific reports on climate change, which are fuelling sceptics’ claims that global warming isn’t happening. Recent claims that the Himalyan glaciers could melt by 2035 were in fact a typo, and other errors have also been found.  Renowden discusses the errors and their […]

NZ Herald: Scientist defends climate report despite slip-ups

Peter Griffin posted in on February 2nd, 2010.

Vaimoana Tapaleao of the NZ Herald reports that, despite recent errors, there is still strong support amongst scientists for the most recent IPCC document. Climate scientist Jim Salinger has said that he still supports the conclusions of the report, and that one or two small errors did not negate the entire document. An excerpt: (read […]

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