- M.S., Environmental Sciences, University of Virginia (1990).
- B.A. degree, Environmental Science, University of Virginia (1986).
Paul C. (“Chip”) Knappenberger is the Administrator of the World Climate Report, a blog published by New Hope Environmental Services, “an advocacy science consulting firm” run by global warming skeptic, Patrick J. Michaels.
Stance on Climate Change
“The fact of the matter is that there does exist a growing body of scientific evidence that the climate changes in the coming decades will be modest and proceed at a rate that will lie somewhere near the low end of the IPCC projected temperature range.” 
“…the warming that appears in the compiled temperature history of the state [Utah] may not be evidence of regional (or larger-scale) climate change, but instead may be caused by non-climatic influences on the local thermometers.” 
“There is still a general lack of evidence that shows a statistically significant relationship between anthropogenic climate change and weather-related damage…” 
- MasterResource — Contributor.
According to MasterResource, Knappenberger has authored or co-authored over 20 papers “appearing in the peer-reviewed scientific literature,” and others in scientific conference proceedings, professional journals, and the press.
Many of his papers were co-authored with fellow skeptic Patrick J. Michaels, and some are published by conservative think-tanks such as the Cato Institute and the Science and Public Policy Institute (SPPI). Some of Knappenberger's scientific articles have been debunked by DeepClimate. 
- Patrick J. Michaels, P.C. Knappenberger, and R.E. Davis, “The way of warming” (PDF), Regulation, Cato Institute, January 1, 2000, Volume 33, pages 10-16.
- Patrick J. Michaels, and P.C. Knappenberger, “Natural signals in the MSU lower tropospheric temperature record,” Geophysical Research Letters, August 2, 2000, Volume 27, pages 2905-2908.
- Paul C. Knappenberger, “Utah's Climate Variability,” SPPI Original Paper, September 29, 2010. Science and Public Policy Institute.
- P.C. Knappenberger, Patrick J. Michaels and R.E. Davis, “The Nature of Observed Temperature Changes Across the United States During the 20th Century ” (PDF), Climate Research, July 2001, Volume 17, pages 45-53.
- J.D. Hux, P.C. Knappenberger, Patrick J. Michaels, and P.J. Stenger, “Development of a discriminant analysis mixed precipitation (DAMP) forecast model for mid-Atlantic winter storms” (PDF), Weather and Forecasting, Number 16, 2001, pages 248-259.
“About - MasterResource,” MasterResource (blog). Accessed January, 2012.
“Coal: 'Externalities' Can be Positive, Not Only Negative,” MasterResource (blog), March 7, 2011.
“Staff,” World Climate Report, March 15, 2005.
“Droughting the forecast,” The Heartlander, July 1, 2000.
“Michaels and Knappenberger’s World Climate Report: 'No warming whatsoever over the past decade',” Deep Climate, June 6, 2010.
“Chip Knappenberger,” SourceWatch Profile.