Research on the conspiracy beliefs of some parts of the climate sceptics movement is ongoing and draws upon the work of experts in this area. Every attempt is made to cite original materials and provide quotes in context (in full and sourced). I fully anticipate this will be controversial – thus I have sought expert opinions.
However I stand by the following statements
- thinking climate scientists are manipulating data is conspiracy thinking
- believing financial institutions are behind the “climate scam” is conspiracy thinking
- believing the UN, “regulatory class” or agencies are trying to usher in a global government while using climate science as a “part of a power play” is conspiracy thinking
This section of the blog brings together posts from this blog, links to academic papers, videos, conspiracy media and genuine academic research that provides an understanding on those parts of the climate sceptics movement that have embraced conspiracy culture. This section will grow to be large, and thus I’ve structured it so that new readers of those interested can easily navigate its content.
In fact I regard this section of the blog – my own posts and links to materials – as the most important contribution (albeit small) I can make to understanding the denial of global warming.
The library includes:
- Dr David Evan’s writing on “international bankers” and how they are behind climate science
- The Galileo Movement (Australian lobby group)
- The “watermelon” theory
- Research library: supporting academic papers, articles (grey literature) and monographs on conspiracy culture and climate scepticism