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Douglas Leahey

Douglas Leahey

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Air Pollution, Meteorology, New York University, New  York, NY, (1971).
  • MSc., Meteorology, McGill University, Montreal, PQ, (1966).
  • BSc., Physics (Honours), Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS, (1963).

Source: [1]

Art Robinson

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Arthur (Art) B. Robinson

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Chemistry, University of California at San Diego. [1]

 Background

George Taylor

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George H. Taylor

 Credentials

  • M.S. Meteorology University of Utah (1975).
  • B.A. Mathematics U.C. Santa Barbara (1969).

Source: [1]

Benny Peiser

Benny Josef Peiser

 Credentials

  • Ph.D. , University of Frankfurt (1993). Peiser studied political science, English, and sports science. [1], [2]

 Background

Al Pekarek

Alfred (Al) Pekarek

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., University of Wyoming (1974).
  • B.A. University of Minnesota-Twin (1965).

Source: [1]

 Background

Al Pekarek is a past associate professor of geology at St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, Minn., and is a consulting geologist in the petroleum industry.

Hugh W. Ellsaesser

Hugh W. Ellsaesser

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Meteorology. [1]

 Background

A meteorologist by training, Ellsaesser is a retired “guest scientist” at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and a widely-quoted global warming skeptic.

He is “CEO of HWE Atmospheric Consultant.” [1]

Denying Climate Change; Urging Inaction

This is the text of a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper from 60 “accredited experts” who deny the reality of climate change. See the next post for additional information on the reliability of this group:

90 Canadian Climate Scientists Plead for Political Leadership

Ninety of Canada's most accomplished and reputable climate scientists have sent a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper, pleading for sensible policy to address the impend threats of climate change.

Bringing Climate Censorship Home to Canada

 It appears that the Canadian government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper is joining the U.S. governmental campaign to stifle intelligent discussion about climate change. The  CBC story appended below describes Harper's government preventing a Canadian public servant from speaking about a novel that he wrote on his own time – about an issue on which he is an established expert.

Conservatives Snuffing out Canada's dim Light

A week ago, the Toronto Globe and Mail reported that the new Conservative government would not kill Canada's commitment to the Kyoto agreement (good news!), but had no intention of living up to it.

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