China Warming

by Richard S. Lindzen – October 19,2021 Many of the world’s leaders appear to believe that emissions of carbon dioxide (CO₂) constitute an existential threat whose impact is already severe and will become impossible to deal with within a very few years. This has resulted in a number of international agreements, beginning with the Rio… Continue Reading

Climate ‘Emergency’? Not So Fast

By Richard Lindzen and William Happer By obligating the United States once more to the Paris agreement, and by signaling very clearly that “climate” will be central to its policies, the Biden administration has joined other governments in the crusade against a supposed “climate emergency.” We use the word “crusade” advisedly, since the frenzy over… Continue Reading

Richard Lindzen: Is global warming founded on fact?

By Richard S. Lindzen CO2 Coalition note: This paper, originally published in 2008 was prepared for a symposium at Yale University and suffered a very unusual publication history.  Dr. Lindzen had provided ResearchGate with an amended version that included an explanatory introduction, the inserted rebuttal by Dr. Stefan Rahmstorf (that was very different from what… Continue Reading

MIT’s Dr. Lindzen Pokes Fun At The ‘Naïve’, Well-Funded ‘Scientific Reasoning’ That 1 Factor – CO2 – Controls Climate

By Kenneth Richard In a new paper, atmospheric physicist Dr. Richard Lindzen summarizes the “implausible” claims today’s proponents of dangerous anthropogenic global warming espouse. Dr. Richard Lindzen retired several years ago, and yet his immense contribution to the atmospheric sciences lives on. His research is still cited about 600 times per year. Lindzen recently published another… Continue Reading

William Happer, Steven E. Koonin and Richard S. Lindzen’s Response to Judge William H. Alsup’s Tutorial Questions

The Court has invited a tutorial on global warming and climate change, which is set to occur March 21, 2018. The Court also identified specific questions to be addressed at the tutorial.  Pursuant to Civil L.R. 7-11, Professors William Happer, Steven E. Koonin, and Richard S. Lindzen respectfully ask the Court to accept their presentation… Continue Reading

Lindzen: On the ‘Death of Skepticism’ Concerning Climate Hysteria

By Richard Lindzen, Professor Emeritus of Atmospheric Sciences, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Bill Nye looks forward to the death of skeptics in this Huffington Post essay. There is a sound basis for his wish. While the politicized climate issue dates back to the 60’s, things really took off after the Clinton-Gore administration assumed power and funding… Continue Reading

Richard Lindzen: Some thoughts on the public discourse over climate change.

By Richard Lindzen Image via MIT.edu MIT atmospheric science professor Richard Lindzen suggests that many claims regarding climate change are exaggerated and unnecessarily alarmist. For over 30 years, I have been giving talks on the science of climate change. When, however, I speak to a non-expert audience, and attempt to explain such matters as climate sensitivity,… Continue Reading

Petition to withdraw from United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)

Dr. Richard S. Lindzen, Professor Emeritus at MIT and a Member of National Academy of Sciences, has announced a petition to the American and to international governments to change course on an outdated international agreement that underlies a number of regulations on minor greenhouse gases: primarily Carbon Dioxide, CO2. Said Dr. Lindzen, “Since 2009, the… Continue Reading

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