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Submitted by Ian Read on July 30, 2009 - 1:02pm.
The Wilkins Ice Shelf Breakup: Natural Processes or Climate Alarmism?
With the recent scoping studies for the proposed 5th Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report due out in 2014 suggesting a downplaying of the role of anthropogenic carbon dioxide as a significant driver of (catastrophic) climate change it is time that scientists can speak and publish freely without suffering ad hominem attacks (or threats to funding) and that the media (and blog sites) report their findings honestly and accurately.
Submitted by Ian Read on November 12, 2006 - 5:40am.
Overcoming Drought: Learning to Live Sustainably on the Dry Continent

"This is not rocket science. Clear the landscape, remove the surface roughage, change the albedo and dry out the countryside upwind and you get less rainfall – a perfect example of climate change. The solution is quite simple and could be achieved in one to two generations: revegetate the landscape.": Ian Read

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