Articles, Conference Papers and Submissions

Ordered by Subject Matter

[Note: The classification system used below is somewhat imprecise. Many of the articles in either of the major sections---Politics and Science---deal with more than one major topic and are therefore difficult to classify. Others, however, are more strictly limited in their range.]

Politics and Economics Articles

Public Policy and Science
Kininmonth, Bill IPCC at a crossroad with fifth climate change report HTML
Walsh, PeterPresident's Report 2010HTML
Evans, RayCopenhagen: End Game for Green Imperialism [originally published in Quadrant, March 2010PDF
Evans, Ray, Tom Quirk and Alan MoranBack to the Nineteenth Century [with a Foreword by Peter Walsh]PDF
Moore, Des Global Warming and Uncertainty: What is the appropriate response?PDF
Walsh, PeterPresident's Report 2009HTML
Parbo, Sir ArviLaunch of Heaven + Earth in Melbourne, 6 May 2009HTML
Evans, RayThank God for Carbon [first published in hard copy in November 2008]PDF
Evans, RayRemarks at the Launch of Thank God for Carbon in Perth,
25 March 2009
Bernardi, Senator CoryLaunch of Thank God for Carbon in Adelaide,
27 January 2009
Evans, RayRemarks at the Launch of Thank God for Carbon in Adelaide, 27 January 2009HTML
Evans, RayLetter to Andrew Robb, AO MPHTML
Lindzen, RichardClimate Science: Is it currently designed to answer questions?PDF
Carter, BobThe Futile Quest for Climate ControlPDF
Moore, DesGlobal Warming---Is it Really a Threat?PDF
Walsh, PeterPresident's Report 2008HTML
Paltridge, GarthLetter to The AustralianHTML
Walsh, PeterPresident's Report 2007HTML
Evans, DavidMy Life With the AGO and Other ReflectionsPDF
Evans, RayReflections on the Global Warming DebatePDF
Carter, BobA Dangerous Climate: Human-caused global warming---the need for reassessmentPDF
Jensen, DennisRemarks at the launch of Nine Facts About Climate ChangeHTML
Gray, William M.Hurricanes and Climate Change: Assessing the Linkages Following the 2006 SeasonPDF
Walsh, PeterAn Open Letter to the Prime MinisterPDF
Foster, BobThe Carbon Challenge: should Australia decarbonise?HTML
Kellow, AynsleyThe Failure of the Kyoto ProcessHTML
Lindzen, Richard S.Testimony before the US Senate Commerce Committee on 1 May 2001 (Summary)PDF
Lindzen, Richard S.Testimony before the US Senate Commerce Committee on 1 May 2001 (Full testimony)PDF
Lavoisier GroupThe Kyoto Protocol: Should Australia Ratify?PDF
Lavoisier Group,Submission to the Joint Standing Committee on Treaties Inquiry into The Kyoto ProtocolPDF
Morgan, HughOpening Address to the Lavoisier GroupHTML
Oxley, AlanThe Kyoto ChimeraHTML
McGauchie, DonaldGreenhouse and AgricultureHTML
Morgan, HughGreenhouse, Sustainability and Industry: An Industry ViewPDF
Morgan, HughGreenhouse, Sustainability and Industry: An Industry ViewHTML
Hagel, US Senator ChuckMoving Beyond Kyoto: A Responsible Approach to Climate ChangeHTML
Evans, Ray, et al.The Temperature Data: Evidence for What?HTML
Economics and Climate Change
Curtin, TimEconometrics and the Science of Climate Change [Paper accepted for Australian Conference of Economists, ANU, July 10th-14th 2011]PDF
Evans, RayThe Chilling Costs of Climate CatastrophismPDF
Robson, AlexA Solution in Search of a Problem: The Shergold Report on Emissions TradingPDF
Curtin, TimThe Da Vinci Code of Climate Change EconomicsPDF
Moore, DesHow Big Can Global Carbon Markets Get?PDF
Castles, IanLetter to Dr Pachauri concerning A. Barrie Pittock's book Climate ChangeHTML
Select Committee on Economic Affairs, House of LordsThe Economics of Climate ChangePDF
McKitrick, RossAn Economist's Perspective on Climate Change and the Kyoto ProtocolPDF
Henderson, DavidThe Treatment of Economic Issues by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate ChangeHTML
Weiss, GordonGreenhouse---The Sceptics Strike BackPDF
Evans, RayThe Impact of the Castles-Henderson Critique on the IPCCPDF
Castles, Ian and
David Henderson
The Castles-Henderson Critique: The Second StrikePDF
Evans, RayThe Kyoto Protocol and the Statistical Problem with CO2 EmissionsPDF
Castles, Ian and
David Henderson
IPCC Issues: A Swag of DocumentsHTML
Dutton, Denis and
Wolfgang Kasper
Green ProtectionismPDF
Hitchens, MichaelPolitical and Economic Consequences of the Kyoto Protocol: Post-Bonn ObservationsHTML
Staley, Hon. TonyEconomic Impacts on AustraliaHTML
Garnaut, Carbon Trading
French, SeamusFollow the EU and US on a carbon price or we will just export jobs (First published in The Australian on 4 April 2011)HTML
Curtin, TimThe Garnaut Reviews' Omissions of Material FactsPDF
AnonymousScientific Aspects of the Garnaut Review [The author is a senior officer in an organisation which would take a dim view of this contribution being publicly attributed to him]PDF
Curtin, TimAustralia's Garnaut Report: A Review Article [A longer version of the article published by Quadrant in January 2009]PDF
Curtin, TimThe Garnaut Draft Report: A CommentPDF
Evans, RayThe Mad Rush to Decarbonise: Ross Garnaut's Unmeetable ChallengePDF
Curtin, TimLetter to The AustralianHTML
Curtin, TimGarnaut, the Greens, and the browning of Australia and the WorldPDF
Walsh, PeterSubmission to the Garnaut EnquiryHTML
Lavoisier GroupSubmission to the Garnaut Climate Change Review;
Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C
Carter, BobHuman-caused Global WarmingPDF
Carter, BobPublic Misperceptions of Human-Caused Climate Change:
The Role of the Media
Illarionov, AndreiPress Conference with Presidential Economic Adviser Andrei IllarionovHTML
Illarionov,AndreiPress Conference with Presidential Economic Adviser Andrei IllarionovHTML
Eminent scientistsLetter to Paul MartinPDF
Walsh, PeterPresident's Report, AGM 2002HTML
Lavoisier GroupMedia ReleaseHTML
Morgan, HughCarbon Blackmail Doesn't Lead to Greener FutureHTML
Evans, RayEnron and the Politics of InfluenceHTML
Evans, RayThe Greenhouse-warming Debate is Hotting UpHTML
Evans, RayAustralia in the CrossHairsHTML
Clough, HalThe Australian Greenhouse Office's Numbers---What do They Mean?HTML
Parbo, Sir ArviAn Extract from the Paper 'On Mining and Minerals'HTML
Howard, Prime Minister JohnLetter to US President George W. BushHTML
Bush, US President George W.Letter in replyHTML
Hagel, US Senator Chuck, et al.Letter to US President George W. BushHTML
Evans, RayThe Kyoto Protocol: Fast Road to Global GovernanceHTML
"Green Religion"
Walsh, PeterGoodbye to Life as We Like it When the Greens Get in For Their ChopHTML

Science and Science-Related Articles

Climate Change
Quirk, Tom An Almanac of the Atmosphere or The State of the Climate 2011PDF
Kininmonth, William Clausius Clapeyron and the Regulation of Global Warming [First published in il Nuovo Saggiatore, Vol 26, nos 5-6]PDF
Evans, David Is the Western Climate Establishment Corrupt? PDF
Costella, JohnThe Climategate EmailsPDF
Evans, DavidThe New Trend in Climate Alarmism [First published by ABC Unleashed 16 July 2009]PDF
McClintock, IanProof that CO2 is not the Cause of the Current Global WarmingPDF
Evans, DavidGlobal Warming: A Classic Case of AlarmismPDF
Evans, DavidThe ETS: Completely Unnecessary [First published by ABC Unleashed 19 December 2008]PDF
Raiche, ArtReview of The Deniers [First published in Preview December 2008]PDF
Carter, BobKnock, Knock: Where is the Evidence for Dangerous Human-Caused Global Warming?PDF
Kininmonth, WilliamIllusions of Climate SciencePDF
Evans, RaySatanic Gas: The Politics of Carbon DioxidePDF
Gray, VincentThe Global Warming ScamPDF
Evans, DavidGlobal Warming Science Moves OnHTML
Evans, DavidLinks to EvidencePDF
Evans, DavidThe Missing Greenhouse SignaturePDF
Evans, DavidShow us the Evidence, Penny Wong!HTML
Aitkin, DonA Cool Look at Global WarmingPDF
Cohn, WalterLetter to a ColleagueHTML
Plimer, IanStop Climate ChangeHTML
Hammer, MichaelA Theoretical Analysis of the Effect of Greenhouse Gases in the AtmospherePDF
Carter, BobThe Myth of Dangerous Human-Caused Climate ChangePDF
Quirk, TomEveryone is entitled to their own opinion but not their own factsPDF
Evans, Ray'Rehabilitating Carbon Dioxide': An OverviewHTML
Hartley, Rolfe
and E.C.'George' Fox
An Exchange of Letters between two Australian engineersPDF
Evans, DavidWhy I Bet against Global WarmingHTML
Gray, VincentScary PassionHTML
Evans, RayNine Facts about Climate ChangeHTML
Parbo, Sir ArviComments at Launch of Nine Facts About Climate ChangePDF
Evans, RayRemarks at the launch of Nine Facts About Climate ChangePDF
Evans, RayThe IPCC and AR4PDF
Evans, RayNine Facts about Climate ChangePDF
Kininmonth, WilliamUniversity of Tasmania Debate: "that global warming is the biggest threat humankind faces in the 21st Century"HTML
Kininmonth, WilliamLegislation Will Not Mitigate Climate Change: A response to Alan Dupont of the Lowy InstituteHTML
Evans, RayRemarks at the launch of Nine LiesPDF
Expert ScientistsOpen Kyoto to DebateHTML
Lavoisier GroupComment on Scientific Issues in the Stern Review PapersPDF
Evans, RayNine Lies About Global WarmingPDF
Stone, JohnMichael Crichton on "Global Warming"PDF
Kininmont, William and George FoxGreenhouse Gases and Climate Change: Is Carbon Dioxide a Problem?HTML
Zillman, JohnLaunching speech for Climate Change: A Natural HazardHTML
Kininmonth, BillLaunching speech for Climate Change: A Natural HazardHTML
Evans, RayReflections on Energy and Energy PolicyPDF
Singer, S. FredThe Kyoto Protocol: A PostMortemPDF
Evans, Ray and
Rachel Daly
Obituary: John DalyHTML
Foster, BobSubmission to the Australian Senate on the Inquiry into the Kyoto Protocol Ratification Bill 2003 [No. 2]PDF
Foster, BobGreenhouse Policymakers: You are on Your Own NowHTML
Foster, BobClimate Change Made Easy: It's the SunHTML
de Freitas, CRAre observed changes in the concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere really dangerous?PDF
Kininmonth, WilliamClimate Change: A Natural HazardPDF
Foster, BobCSIRO and the Greenhouse Game: Player Yes, Umpire NoHTML
Foster, BobGood News for Nobel LaureatesHTML
Baliunas, Dr SallieThe Kyoto Protocol and Global WarmingPDF
Foster, BobIPCC's Third Assessment Report: Too Much 'Imagination Block'PDF
Lavoisier Group,Submission to the Senate References Committee for the Environment, Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, re The Renewable Energy (Electricity) Bill, Renewable Energy (Electricity) (Charge) Bill 2000PDF
Foster, RJThe Kyoto Protocol: Don't Forget the SciencePDF
Foster, BobClimate Change: Don't Forget the ScienceHTML
Solar Cycles
Tyler, EwanRhodes Fairbridge: A Pioneer of Climate Change HTML
Ollier, Cliff Memories of Rhodes FairbridgeHTML
Mackey, RichardRhodes W FairbridgePDF
Wilson, IanWhich Came First: The Chicken or the Egg?PDF
Archibald, DavidComments on Solar Cycle 23: July 25, 2008PDF
Archibald, DavidSolar Cycle 24: Implications for the United StatesPDF
Mackey, RichardRhodes Fairbridge and the idea that the solar system regulates the Earth's climatePDF
Archibald, DavidFailure to WarmPDF
Archibald, DavidThe Past and Future of ClimatePDF
Alexander, WJR, et al.Linkages between solar activity, climate predictability and water resource developmentPDF
Alexander, WillClimate Change: A View from the Other Side of the EquatorPDF
Archibald, DavidSolar Cycles 24 and 25 and Predicted Climate ResponsePDF
Temperature Data
Evans, DavidCarbon Emissions Don't Cause Global WarmingPDF
Quirk, TomThe Australian Temperature Anomaly, 1910--2000PDF
Keenan, DouglasChina Temperature Data Now TaintedPDF
Keenan, DouglasAn Analysis of European Vineyard DataHTML
Wegman et al., EdwardPanel of Eminent Statisticians Nails the Hockey Stick (two-page fact sheet)PDF
Wegman et al., EdwardPanel of Eminent Statisticians Nails the Hockey Stick (Full Report)PDF
Glaciation and Ice-caps
Ollier, CliffGlaciers - Science and NonsensePDF
Ollier, CliffThe Greenland-Antarctica Melting Problem Does Not ExistPDF
Ollier, CliffGlaciers and Ice SheetsHTML
Kininmonth, BillSoutheast Australian Heatwave and Victorian Firestorm, January-February 2009HTML
Franks, StewartEmissions not Making Rivers Run DryHTML
Franks, Stewart WMultidecadal climate variability: Flood and Drought---New South WalesPDF
Christy, John R.Kyoto Global Warming Treaty's Impact on Ohio's Coal Dependent CommunitiesHTML
Scientific Method
Ollier, CliffLysenko and Global WarmingHTML
Landsea, ChrisAn Open Letter to the CommunityHTML
Foster, BobOn how the journal Nature has recently got some things badly wrong in the Greenhouse debateHTML
Sea Levels
Ollier, Cliff Tuvalu---the touchstone of global warming and rising sea levelHTML
Ollier, CliffIce shelf break-up and sea level changePDF
Ollier, CliffReview of Nils Axel Mörner's The Greatest Lie Ever ToldHTML

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