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August 2, 2016:Climate denier smear a cheap shot by McKenna,” by Tom Harris, Executive Director, International Climate Science Coalition, published in the Toronto Sun (and Ottawa Sun and Winnpeg Sun), Ontario, Canada.

“The climate debate is one of the world’s most important discussions. At stake are billions of dollars, millions of jobs, and, if Catherine McKenna, Canada’s Minister of [Environment and] Climate Change is right, the fate of the environment. We need leaders in science, engineering, economics, and public policy to contribute to the discussion without fear of retribution.

“Yet the opposite is happening. Because the issue has been poisoned with ridicule, censorship, and even death threats, many of the world’s experts are afraid to comment publicly.”

Read whole piece. The Minister has yet to apologize for her attack on people who do not agree with the government on the causes and consequences of climate change.


February 19, 2015: Dr. Patrick Moore, PhD ecologist and President of Ecosense Environmental Inc., has offered a bet of US$100,000 that global CO2 emissions will be higher in the year 2025 than they were in 2015. 


Read whole press release.


May 16, 2016: Ontario’s Green Energy Fiasco — A Cautionary Tale For The United States,” by Tom Harris, published in The Daily Caller, Washington D.C. The Daily Caller writes, “The Daily Caller readership has grown to more than 16.5 million unique visitors per month and draws more than 59 million monthly pageviews.”

“For an increasing fraction of the world’s population, the real climate crisis is not the possibility that dangerous human-caused global warming may someday occur. It is the damage being caused today by government policies to supposedly mitigate climate change.

“Ontario provides a tragic example.”



“Climate change activists might argue that it would be worthwhile to let millions of people suffer today to save billions in the future from climate change catastrophe they claim is right around the corner if we do not change the way we generate energy. But then they would be faced with providing convincing evidence that scientists are able to meaningfully forecast future climate states. They would have to show why the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change was wrong when, in their 2001 Assessment Report, they wrote, “The climate system is a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.”

Read whole article.


Click here to see map of regions in Ontario that have come out opposed to the installation of industrial wind turbines (IWTs). 

Click here to visit Mothers Against Wind Turbines, the Web site of Shellie Correia, the mother of 15 year old Joey who took the picture to the right.

Click here to watch a protest against IWTs in Toronto.

Click here to visit Save the Eagles International, “an organization regrouping bird lovers, ornithologists and associations from 14 countries, who think that we cannot count on mainstream ornithologists and bird societies to save bird life from the windfarm threat.”

Click on image above to enlarge!



July 3, 2016: "The imploding cabal to criminalize climate dissent," by Adam Brodsky, New York Post, New York City, NY, USA  

"New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and his fellow greenies are getting a lesson about the dangers of believing their own propaganda.

"These know-it-alls claim there’s a “consensus” on climate change and what to do about it. And they believe that consensus is so broad that even prosecuting dissent would be a slam dunk. Claude Walker’s monumental crash-and-burn this week blew up that theory. Schneiderman and his ideological pals, from Al Gore to Hillary Clinton, would be wise to take note."

Read whole piece. 


January 20, 2016: Professor Robert (Bob) M. Carter passed away on January 19  after suffering a heart attack the previous week. ICSC will commenerate his life and his accomplishments over the next week with articles and messages that are pouring in from scientists and other admirers across the world. However, in the meantime, one essay about Professor Carter is especially significant, that from his old friend and scientific colleague Dr Gerrit van der Lingen.

Dr. van der Lingen starts:

I have known Bob Carter for a long time, since he was a senior lecturer in the Geology Department of the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand. We knew each other as colleagues. At that time, Bob had written about a mid-Oligocene unconformity, which he named the ”Marshall Paraconformity”. This concept evoked some scientific controversy, in which I was involved (Geological Society of New Zealand Newsletter 72, 1986: 26-33). However, it also generated much new research.

Dr. van der Lingen concludes:

Bob was a very generous person. Whenever I asked him for comments or information, he answered promptly. Even after he recently came back from the Paris COP21 conference. I asked him to send me some of his impressions of COP21. I also asked him if he was willing to write a short endorsement to put on the back cover of my (self-publishing) upcoming book “The Fable of a Stable Climate”. He promptly replied on both requests on 27 December. I will treasure his endorsement, which was probably one of his last actions. He will be sorely missed. The best way for us to show our appreciation and admiration for Bob is to continue our fight against the dark forces of man-made climate change activism.

Having dinner at the Sails restaurant In Noosa, Queensland, Australia, in 2006. From left to right: Anne and Bob Carter, Marianne and Gerrit van der Lingen.


Read all of the tribute from Dr. van der Lingen. 

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