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Noconsensus.org Citizen Audit of the IPCC report

“This Citizen Audit focused its attention on the peer-reviewed literature claim. A team of 43 volunteers from 12 countries examined the list of references at the end of each chapter...”

The Global Warming Policy Foundation

“…to bring reason, integrity and balance to a debate that has become seriously unbalanced, irrationally alarmist, and all too often depressingly intolerant.”

Frontier Centre for Public Policy

“…to broaden the debate on our future through public policy research and education and to explore positive changes within our public institutions that support economic growth and opportunity.”

Center for Policy Research at the University at Albany

“…research in decision and policy sciences that will ultimately contribute to the improvement of policy processes and decision making at all levels of society.”

The Campbell Collaboration:

“…aims to help people make well-informed decisions about the effects of interventions in the social, behavioral and educational arenas.”

Coalition for Evidence-based Policy:

“…promote government policymaking based on rigorous evidence of program effectiveness.”

Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP) and The Week That Was (TWTW):

“…sound, credible science must form the basis for health and environmental decisions.”

Evidence and Policy Journal:

“…dedicated to … the relationship between research evidence and the concerns of policy makers”

Science and Public Policy Institute (SPPI):

“…public policies for energy and the environment rooted in rational science and economics.”

 

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