Ian Plimer’s latest attempt in the pages of Murdoch-owned The Australian newspaper to shoot down climate science had so many clear errors it should embarass the editor who printed it.
Climate science deniers and conservative media have found a new “free speech” hero — an academic who is suing his own university and thinks the multiple human threats to the Great Barrier Reef are overblown.
In the final week before an election, the biggest-selling newspaper in the Australian state of Queensland screamed a front-page headline that cut into one of the poll’s most divisive issues.
What do you get when you bring together some of Australia’s most fervent climate science deniers with anti-Islam activists, fledgling right-wing political groups, and an American “free market” Libertarian?
Australia’s network of climate science deniers continue to grasp at straws, despite multiple technical inquiries refuting their claims.
A group of Australians have joined a list of so-called “eminent scientists” telling president Trump that climate science is baloney.
Senator Malcolm Roberts has met with some of world’s most notorious and longest-serving climate science deniers to help put their stamp on the new Trump administration.
What happens when a climate science denialist gets things badly, horribly, terribly, and embarrassingly wrong.
Harassment of scientists and academics working on climate change points to the kind of activities Roberts’ might get up to as a Senator.
New fossil fuel lobby group – including some Australian business identities such as Hugh Morgan – sign statement attacking climate science, renewable energy and the UN.