Contributed by Robert Lyman © May 9, 2017 This is the prepared text of a presentation made at the Friends of Science Society's 14th Annual CLIMATE DOGMA EXPOSED event in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, on May 9th, 2017. Robert Lyman is a Principal at the Ottawa-based ENTRANS Policy Research Group, Inc., a former public servant of 27 years, working … Continue reading Can Canada Survive Climate Change Policy?
On March 31, 2017 on our twitter feed we received this comment and marked up graph from peaceful data boy @jamjoumie I wish you were applied the same skepticism of methodology to the appallingly misleading visualisations you cite Since twitter is an unlikely forum for full explanations, we offer this blog post written up by our … Continue reading Responding to a Tweet about a Graph
Friends of Science Society has issued two new reports. The first entitled “Climate Change Risk Clouds Boardroom Competency” challenges a recent report by SHARE – Shareholder Association for Research and Education. SHARE claims energy and utility corporate boards should have ‘climate change competent’ directors. Climate change is a complex interdisciplinary field far removed from the … Continue reading New Reports Challenge SHARE on Climate Change Risk and ‘Denial’ for Pension Fund Trustees and Corporate Boards