The Alan Carlin Story Just Never Ends

by Ben Somberg | October 09, 2009

I thought that the Alan Carlin story -- the 'suppressed' climate change skeptic at EPA -- was over.

After the initial debunkings, the story kept going, but then I thought the NYT really put it to rest in late September. Apparently not for everyone.

Carlin, many have noted, is an economist at EPA, not a climate scientist. He has one Ph.D. - in economics. But that's no matter. The Wall Street Journal's Kimberley Strassel wanted more on ...

It’s Déjà Vu All Over Again

by Daniel Farber | September 16, 2009
Cross-posted from Legal Planet. Since opponents can’t seem to come up with any new arguments against climate change legislation, they seem determined to recycle the old, discredited ones. Here’s Tuesday’s example, straight from the GOP press release: Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., and Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif, today urged the Environmental Protection Agency to include several relevant studies in its decision-making record for a major finding on climate policy after it was made public that a senior EPA official suppressed the ...

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