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Climate Science Legal Defense Fund on Face Book and Twitter

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The Climate Science Legal Defense Fund has expanded our communication outreach by offering a Face Book page and a Twitter feed.  Please “like” and “follow” us and, as always, keep spreading the word to all.  We have received a tremendous amount of support already in the first 24 hours.  Thank you, eveybody.

Climate Science Legel Defense Fund Face Book page

@ClimSciDefense on Twitter

Written by Scott Mandia

January 27, 2012 at 8:57 am

Climate Scientists Under Attack: Fear Not. Reinforcements Have Arrived.

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Joshua Wolfe and I are very pleased to announce the official launch of the Climate Science Legal Defense Fund (CSLDF) home page. CSLDF is now a project of the non-profit group Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER). The official press release announcing this strategic alliance can be read here and here as well as in this post below.

Please spread the word to all so that CSLDF can grow its support base. Cross-post the press release, FaceBook it, Tweet it, e-mail it, etc. to all of your contacts and tell them to do the same.  Let us send a strong message to those that have harrassed and attacked our scientific experts and dissuaded countless others from entering the field of climate science.

Read on for the press release…

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Written by Scott Mandia

January 25, 2012 at 6:07 am

2011 Climate B.S.* of the Year Award

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[* B.S. means “Bad Science”]

The second annual Climate B.S.* of the Year Awards were announced today on the Huffington Post and Forbes blogs by Dr. Peter Gleick, president of the Pacific Institute, and simultaneously on a number of environment and climate blogs. These “Bad Science” awards go to particularly egregious, notorious, or well-publicized examples of bad climate science that were produced over the past 12 months and used to try to influence or confuse the public and policymakers. Nominations for the 2011 “bad climate science” awards came in from around the world and were reviewed, analyzed, and voted on by a panel of climate scientists and climate communicators. For this year, nearly 20 nominations were received and judged.

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Written by Scott Mandia

January 5, 2012 at 11:50 am

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