Thomas W. Fuller

From SourceWatch
Jump to navigation Jump to search
{{#badge:
 background=CBE3AA |
 border=339933 |
 image=/images/3/35/Climatechangewords.jpg |
 width=100 |
 height=90|
 title=Portal:Climate Change |
 link=Portal:Climate Change |
 text=Learn more from the Center for Media and Democracy's research on climate change.
}}

See also Thomas Fuller (disambiguation). A journalist bears nearly the same name.

Thomas W. Fuller is a climate action skeptic who wrote a column on climate change for Philip Anschutz's Examiner.com until November 2010[1], co-authored the book Climategate: The Crutape Letters (self-published; createspace.com)[2] with Steven Mosher, was at one time a technology commentator for the International Herald Tribune's Italy Daily, "and consulted on green technology for the UK government".[3]

Education

Fuller is not a scientist, and if he had a college degree in science circa 2010, it was not evident.


Articles and Resources

References

  1. Tom Fuller (2010-11-06). Good-bye to all that. Examiner.com. Retrieved on 2010-12-04.
  2. Climategate. CreateSpace. Retrieved on 2010-01-29. “... For those who have heard that this is a tempest in a teacup--we show why it will swamp the conventional wisdom on climate change. ...”
  3. Find out more about Thomas. Examiner.com. Retrieved on 2009-11-03.

Related SourceWatch Articles

External resources

External articles