2015/01/26/Climate change skeptic accused of violating disclosure rules

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AuthorSylvan Lane +
Page typeLink +
SiteBoston Globe +
Summary"In a note at the end of the paper, all fo
"In a note at the end of the paper, all four authors claimed no conflicts of interest on the published study. But Kert Davies, executive director of the Climate Investigations Center, an organization based in Virginia, said Soon's long track record of accepting energy-industry related grants indicates otherwise and might constitute a violation of Science Bulletin's disclosure policy. [..] In a letter to Science Bulletin, Davies points to the more than $1 million Soon has received from companies and interests supporting studies critical of climate change."
rting studies critical of climate change." +
Thing typeArticle +
TitleClimate change skeptic accused of violating disclosure rules +
Title/shortClimate change skeptic accused of violating disclosure rules +
TopicWillie Soon +, Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics +, Climate Investigations Center + and Conflict of interest +
When posted26 January 2015 +
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