30 Sep '17, 12pm

The Desperate But Effective Attempts to Silence Climate Scientists

The Desperate But Effective Attempts to Silence Climate Scientists

That same year, E&E requested more than a decade of emails from University of Arizona climate scientists Jonathan Overpeck and Malcolm Hughes, another researcher ensnared by "Climategate." E&E's legal brief alleged there is a "climate scientific-technological elite" which has "behaved badly" in the past, a reference to "Climategate." In a gesture of surprising candor, E&E acknowledged that it was searching for emails to "embarrass both Professors Hughes and Overpeck," whom it characterized as "academic climate alarmists." That suit continues to this day.

Full article: https://www.ecowatch.com/silence-climate-scientists-24910...

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