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Green and Armstrong offer up "devastating attack" on greenhouse claims

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In the Australian Financial Review (September 8, 2007), Mark Lawson’s article, “Global warming sceptics fuel hot debate” features Dr. Green, and highlights the Green and Armstrong paper. The following is an excerpt:

Global warming sceptics fuel hot debate
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Mark Lawson

“Despite being scorned, derided and accused of links with oil companies, the climate change sceptics are still out there and, although the greenhouse lobby will never admit it, occasionally scoring major points. They may also be more numerous than the greenhouse lobby or politicians believe…

A much more serious, if not devastating, attack on greenhouse claims concerning likely future temperature increases was the recent release of a paper entitled Global Warming: Forecasts by Scientists versus Scientific Forecasts.

Written by J. Scott Armstrong, a professor of marketing at The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, and Kesten Green, of the International Graduate School of Business, University of South Australia, the paper assessed, as forecasts, the temperature projections made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change earlier this year. It found little to approve.”

Written by climatebet

September 21st, 2007 at 12:57 am

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