My 2015 book, Environmentalism Gone Wild, available from the book Website, contains over 400 references; the appendices to it (available from Stairway Press with copies of the book) contain over 100 more. My 2011 article on the economics and science of climate change includes references to many sources prepared after my 2009 Comments on the draft endangerment Technical Support Document for the Endangerment Finding.
My 2009 Comments contain references at the end to some of the principal references available in early March supporting my conclusions. Here are some of the useful and relevant sources which were not included in my Comments:
- Alan Carlin on CO2 and Temperatures on a Glenn Beck Program
New Scientific Developments and News Blogs
A Few More Recent Reports Providing Additional Information which Were Not Available for Preparing My “Comments”
- Austrailian “Due Diligence” on Minister Wong’s Reply to Senator Fielding’s Three Questions on Climate Change, August 11, 2009
- “Global Warming–Sensibilities and Science” by Richard Lindzen, June 2, 2009. Details another test of the AGW hypothesis.
- Heaven and Earth: Global Warming, the Missing Science by Ian Plimer, Taylor Trade Publishing, Lanham, MD, USA, 2009
- Non-governmental International Panel on Climate Change. Extensive reports and documentation on substantive problems with the UN IPCC reports.
- “The Skeptic’s Handbook” from joannenova.com.au. Succinct statement of the basic science of global warming for the non-expert.