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Tuesday, June 01, 2004
Sallie Baliunas is associated with the following organizations:
George Marshall Institute
Tech Central Station
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The Science & Environmental Policy Project
National Review Online
Collegians For A Constructive Tomorrow
Center for Applied Energy Research
Competitive Enterprise Institute
FAEC - Argentinean Foundation for a Scientific Ecology
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Western Fuels Association
Greening Earth Society
World Climate Report. (Formerly World Climate Review)
American Petroleum Institute
National Center for Public Policy Research
Reason Online, Reason Foundation, Reason Public Policy Institute
About GlobalWarming.org: This web site is a project of the Cooler Heads Coalition, a sub-group of the National Consumer Coalition.
The National Consumer Coalition's Climate Change Working Group--the "Cooler Heads"--consists of consumer, scientific, and free-market economic organizations, including the Competitive Enterprise Institute, American Policy Center, Americans for Tax Reform, Association of Concerned Taxpayers, Center for Security Policy, Citizens for a Sound Economy, Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow, Consumer Alert, Frontiers of Freedom, Heritage Foundation, Independent Institute, National Center for Policy Analysis, National Center for Public Policy Research, Pacific Research Institute, Advancement of Sound Science Coalition, Reason Public Policy Institute, Seniors Coalition, 60-Plus, Small Business Survival Committee, and the George C. Marshall Institute. Mr. Marlo Lewis of the Competitive Enterprise Institute is "Cooler Heads" chairman.
World Climate Report
Anti Global Warming Petition
National Center for Policy Analysis
Citizen Review Online
Foundation for American Communications
Greening Earth Society
The American Enterprise
National Mining Association
Envirotruth Sponsored by the National Center for Public Policy Research
Web Today Special Correspondent Ken Rasmussen
Media Research Center
Common Sense and Wonder
Pacific Research Institute
American Enterprise Institute
Enter Stage Right
Media Research Center
National Anxiety Center
junkscience.com Steven J. Milloy
The World & I
Citizens for a Sound Economy
Taken By Storm
A Better Earth Project, Institute for Humane Studies, George Mason University
Eco- Imperialism, Paul Driessen is a senior fellow with the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow and Center for the Defense of Free Enterprise
Global Warming Issues
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sitewave.net, Lorne Gunter, Columnist, Edmonton Journal, Editorial Board Member, National Post
The Coal Association of Canada
On Line Opinion
PoliGov - American Fundamentalism
American Legislative Exchange Council
RPI Objectivist Club
Kathy Read is the former publisher of The Wilson Quarterly, the journal of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Rep. Frank Mazur, South Burlington
African American Environmentalist Association
Baker Institute for Public Policy
Centre for the New Europe, CNE Environment
Stockholm Network is Europe’s dedicated networking body for market-oriented think tanks
World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Inter-Research, Climate Research
Harvard University Center for the Environment
American Life League, Inc
Association of British Drivers
Oregon Climate Service, Oregon State University
New America Foundation
Ask Analytic Services
National Business Review and Liberty Holdings
Northeast Regional Forest Foundation
Free-Market.Net, The Freedom Network, The International Society
for Individual Liberty.
FREE Foundation for Research on Economics & the Environment
Townhall.com, conservative public policy organizations, congressional staff, and political activists together under the broad umbrella of "conservative" thoughts, ideas and actions.
America's Survival, Inc.
Independent Institute, Independent Publishers Group
Journal of Reinsurance, Intermediaries & Reinsurance Underwriters Association
National Coal Council News Notes
Friends of Science Society
... 15, after Hoyt & Schatten, 1998 in Solar Physics, 179, 189-219), produce a graph of the eleven year sunspot cycle; Dr. Sallie Baliunas (personal communication ... www.reveal.ca/friendsofscience/CurrentEvents.html - 29k - Cached - Similar pages
Frontier Centre For Public Policy
Global Climate Coalition
The Global Climate Coalition has been deactivated. The industry voice on climate change has served its purpose by contributing to a new national approach to global warming.
Washington Times: Commentary
Robert Wesson Endowment Fund for Scholarship on Scientific Philosophy and Public Policy, Hoover Institution.
The Atlantic Monthly | September 2003
FreeRepublic.com "A Conservative News Forum"
37th Parliament, 2nd Session
Shots Across The Bow
South Dakota GOP
Foes of global warming theory have energy ties
... The study, "Reconstructing Climatic and Environmental Changes of the Past 1,000 Years: A Reappraisal," was published several weeks ago in a British scientific journal, Energy and Environment. The authors contend in the 65-page paper that their reanalysis of data from more than 200 climate studies provides evidence of global temperature shifts that are more dramatic than the current one.
The research was underwritten by the American Petroleum Institute, the trade association of the world's largest oil companies. Two of the five authors are scientists who have been linked to the coal industry and have received support from the ExxonMobil Foundation. Two others, who are affiliated with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, also have the title of "senior scientists" with a Washington-based organization supported by ExxonMobil Corp.
The organization, the George T. Marshall Institute, is headed by William O'Keefe, a former executive of the American Petroleum Institute. He also was at one time the president of the Global Climate Coalition, a now-defunct organization created by oil and coal interests to lobby against U.S. participation in climate treaties, such as the Kyoto Protocol. ...
... The energy industry provides significant funding for groups that employ some of the authors or promote their new study. Soon's co-authors were Sallie Baliunas, also from the Harvard-Smithsonian Center; Sherwood Idso and his son, Craig Idso of Tempe, Ariz., who are the former president and the current president of the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change; and David Legates, a climate researcher at the University of Delaware.
The Idsos, who have been linked to Western coal interests, do not reveal financial sources. But IRS records filed by ExxonMobil Foundation show that it provided a grant of $15,000 to the center in 2000.
These records and others show that ExxonMobil Foundation and ExxonMobil Corp. also have contributed $160,000 to the George T. Marshall Institute in the past three years and more than $900,000 to the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Soon declined to say how much he is paid to serve as a "senior scientist" with the Marshall Institute. Both he and Baliunas have that title.
Other board members include techno-suspense novelist Thomas Clancy Jr., newspaper columnist Charles Krauthammer, Dr. Bernadine Healy, former director of the National Institutes of Health, and Frederick Seitz of Rockefeller University.
Ross Gelbspan, a former Boston Globe reporter and editor whose 1997 book, "The Heat is On," details industry efforts to discredit climate change science, said conclusions that greenhouse gases are causing the planet to heat up are the result of the "most rigorously peer-reviewed scientific collaboration in history.
"The contradictory statements of a tiny handful of discredited scientists, funded by big coal and big oil, represent a deliberate -- and extremely reckless -- campaign of deception and disinformation." ...
... THE BACKERS:
# The research was underwritten by the American Petroleum Institute, the trade association of the world's largest oil companies.
# Two of the five authors are scientists who have been linked to the coal industry and have received support from the ExxonMobil Foundation.
# Two others, who are affiliated with the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, also have the title of "senior scientists" with a Washington-based organization supported by conservative foundations and ExxonMobil Corp.
# The organization, the George T. Marshall Institute, is headed by William O'Keefe, a former executive of the American Petroleum Institute.