Tag Archives: Nigel Lawson
The most dangerous man in the world?
It’s almost always a mistake to characterise any one person as ‘evil’. There’s good and bad in everyone, as the song says. Well, almost. You could make an exception for one noxious Antipodean nonagenarian who has, over the span of … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Media Tagged ICSF, Kevin Rudd, Malcolm Turnbull, Nigel Lawson, Richard Lindzen, Rupert Murdoch, Thatcher 1 Comment
A very British coup: rise and fall of the climate contrarians
In recent months, I’ve been involved as one of a number of authors in an international project for a forthcoming academic publication looking at the state of environmental journalism around the world (my brief covered the UK and Ireland). One of … Continue reading
Posted in Global Warming, Media, Sceptics Tagged GWPF, Irish Times, Nigel Lawson, Richard Black 1 Comment