climategate

Media Research Center

Five Years Since ClimateGate: Ten Credibility-Killing Quotes from the Data Files the Media Ignored

Climate science programmer’s HARRY_READ_ME file shows frustration, lack of training, missing data.
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Flashback: Video Mocks Michael Mann in ‘Hide the Decline’

Leaked ClimateGate emails prompt Minnesotans for Global Warming to ridicule prominent global warming alarmist.
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NYT Hypes Leaked Documents To Promote Climate Alarmism

Front-page story claims ‘near certainty’ on warming,’ warns of dire impact of climate change even though IPCC says leaks were ‘misleading.’
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Emails Show Coziness Between Reporter and Climate Scientist

FOIA reveals St. Louis Post-Dispatch environmental writer ‘sympathetic’ to alarmism, doesn’t want to let skeptics ‘stand unchallenged.’

Science Fiction

5 Years After: Networks Celebrate Al Gore's 'Inconvenient Truth,' Ignore Scientific Flaws, Criticism

Book Review: 'Climate of Corruption' Digs Deep Into Climate Change Agenda, Finds 'Big Lie'

Unlike the network news media that have campaigned against global warming for years, new book details the politicization of climate science.

The Top 10 Economic Myths of 2010

Journalists' tall tales included praising GM for 'keeping faith' with taxpayers, comparing soda to cocaine, and attacking the Chamber of Commerce over baseless 'foreign money' claims.

Bloomberg BusinessWeek's Eric Pooley: Inhofe 'Was Right' About U.S. Climate Bill

Global warming alarmist admits senator's prediction about cap-and-trade legislation was correct; portrays ClimateGate as step back.

NY Times Preens Over Publishing Stolen Cables, But Was Snooty Over Swiped Climate-Gate Email

NYT Executive Editor Bill Keller on why the Times published confidential diplomatic cables obtained illegally by WikiLeaks: "For The Times to ignore this material would be to deny its own readers ...

Times Preens Over Publishing Stolen Cables, But Was Snooty Over Swiped Climate-Gate Email

Executive Editor Bill Keller on why the Times published confidential diplomatic cables obtained illegally by Wikileaks: "For The Times to ignore this material would be to deny its own readers the ...
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