The year climate science changed to climate politics…1995

Madrid 1995: Was this the Tipping Point in the Corruption of Climate Science?

Reposted with permission from Enthusiasm, Scepticism and Science

John Haughton writes of it under the heading:  Meetings that Changed the World. He may be right but not only in the way he thinks. Here we consider whether this meeting in Madrid was the moment when climate science gave way under the monumental pressure of politics.

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Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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2 Responses to The year climate science changed to climate politics…1995

  1. Reblogged this on and commented:
    great article with a nice cartoon.

  2. acckkii says:

    Reblogged this on acckkii and commented:
    With the warmest and the most sincere greetings to all scientists:
    Climate science is not limited to science centers and scientists Office.
    What should we think, this science is related to the whole human society, it is definitely political.
    But, is this an unforgivable crime? Oh no. This is not fair.
    One must be stupid not to consider the consequences in the lives of all humanity.
    The scientists should do their job. They are neither policy makers nor legislators.
    The government has offered all kinds of education and scientific activities in the country and has undertaken extensive costs.
    The people and the government have nothing to do with anybody. Unless, please let them take the results of the research. They are tax payers and they deserve it. The scientists can give it to the postman.
    It’s easy; the seam under the door of their office.

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