Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Greenhouse Gas Scorecard

From an editorial in this month's Power Engineering journal comes mention of
"the dark horse entry: “Climategate.” The leaking of thousands of emails and files from the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit (CRU) raises the specter of possible academic misconduct in the field of climate change research. At best, Climategate shows researchers ignoring or modifying data that counters their positions, suppressing dissenting opinions and gaming the peer-review process. At worst, it shows that some of the science driving the politicians who regulate GHGs is wrong. At a minimum, Climategate shows unprofessional behavior among scientists trusted by world governments."
Along with a status table of major Congressional climate legislation:

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