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Nigel Lawson

Nigel Lawson

 Credentials

Bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics from Christ Church, Oxford.

 Background

Nigel Lawson, named Lord Lawson of Blaby, has spent the majority of his professional career involved in British politics and journalism. [1]

Viv Forbes

Viv Forbes

 Credentials

  • Degree in Applied Science Geology, and Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. [1]

 Background

Viv Forbes is the Chairman of the Carbon Sense Coalition, which was created to “defend the role of carbon on earth and in the atmosphere,” and which describes Forbes as a “pasture manager, soil scientist and geologist from Rosevale in Queensland.” [2]

Roger Tattersall

Roger Tattersall

 Credentials

Roger Tattersall describes himself as “a qualified engineer and a graduate of the History and Philosophy of Science.” [1]

Steve McIntyre

Stephen (Steve) George McIntyre

 Credentials

  • PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics), Oxford University, (1971).
  • B.Sc., Mathematics, University of Toronto (1969).

Source: [1]

David Whitehouse

David (Robert) Whitehouse

 Credentials

  • Ph.D., Astrophysics, Victoria University of Manchester (1983). [1], [2]

 Background

David Robert Whitehouse is a scientist, writer, and broadcaster. He was BBC's Science correspondent from 1988 until 2006, and also served as the Science Editor for BBC News Online. [2]

Jan Veizer

Jan Veizer

Credentials  

  • Ph.D., Isotope Geology, Australian National University (1971).
  • Ph.D., Sedimentology and Structural Geology, Slovak Academy of Sciences (1968).

Source: [1]

Augusto Mangini

Augusto Mangini

 Background

Augusto Mangini is a paleoclimatologist and professor at the University of Heidelberg in Germany where he also directs the Research Centre of the Heidelberg Academy of Sciences.

Mangini is one of the scientists listed in Senator James Inhofe's list of “scientists” skeptical of climate change.

Arun Ahluwalia

Arun Ahluwalia

Credentials  

  • Ph.D. (1981), Panjab University, Chandigarh.  Topic: Rock Phosphate deposits of Tal Formation, Mussoorie Lesser Himalaya, India.
  • M.Sc., Panjab University, Chandigarh (1970).

Source: [1]

Nigel Calder

Nigel Calder

 Credentials

Although Calder has been employed as a “Science Writer,” he does not appear to have credentials as a scientist. [1]

 Background

Nigel Calder served his apprenticeship as a science writer (not a scientist) on the original staff of the magazine New Scientist, and became its editor from 1962-66.

Chris Landsea

Chris Landsea

Credentials  

  • Ph.D., Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University (1994).
  • Master's, Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University (1991).
  • Bachelor's Degree, Atmospheric Sciences, University of California, (1987). 

Source: [1]

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