File:S Fred Singer emails about attacking Merchants of Doubt March 2015.pdf
S_Fred_Singer_emails_about_attacking_Merchants_of_Doubt_March_2015.pdf (file size: 2.5 MB, MIME type: application/pdf)
This PDF references climate change deniers and potential allies who were part of an email chain initiated by S. Fred Singer of the Science and Environmental Policy Project to help assail the documentary "Merchants of Doubt."
The individuals addressed in this PDF include:
S. Fred Singer, Science and Environmental Policy Project Marc Morano, Climate Depot Anthony Watts, Watts Up With That blog Jon Jay Ray, Greenie Watch blog David Evans, Skeptical Science Joe D'Aleo, International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project Michael Bastasch, Daily Caller James Delingpole, Breitbart.com P. Gosselin, No Tricks Zone Russell Cook, Gelbspan Files Willie Soon, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics Patrick J. Michaels, Cato Institute Judith Curry, Georgia Institute of Tech., Climate Forecast Applications Network Roy Spencer, University of Alabama Joe Bastardi, Weatherbell Roger Pielke Sr., University of Colorado Timothy Ball, Friends of Science Will Happer, George C. Marshall Institute Christopher Monckton, Viscount Monckton of Brenchley Steven J. Milloy, JunkScience blog Joseph Bast, Heartland Institute James Taylor, Heartland Institute Jim Lakely, Heartland Institute Ron Arnold, Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise Paul Driessen, CFACT William Briggs, wmbriggs.com Tom Sheahen, Science and Environmental Policy Project Steve Goddard, Real Science blog Ken Haapala, Science and Environmental Policy Project Sam Kazman, Competitive Enterprise Institute Mark M. Brandsdorfer, Lieberman & Brandsdorfer Chris Horner, Energy and Environment Legal Institute David Schnare, Energy and Environment Legal Institute John Enstrom, Scientific Integrity Institute
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