from Climate Change Fraud
Written by Christopher Pearson, The Australian | February 05 2010
Climate-change sceptics are being vindicated by scientific scandals that are no longer being ignored
LAST weekend looks likely to have been a tipping point in the media debate on climate change in the English-speaking world.
The two daily papers in Britain which have campaigned most single-mindedly on the urgent need for action on man-made global warming have begun to change their tune.
The Independent's environment editor, Michael McCarthy, filed a piece under the head "Professor in leaked email scandal tried to hide fact that numbers he used were wrong". Previously The Independent has been underwhelmed by revelations arising out of Climategate, the hacking of computer files from the University of East Anglia's climate research unit...read more story at Climate Change Fraud