All You Need to Know about Climate Change in Cartoons. Book links

Appendix: References and notes

There are many excellent blogs out there, and thousands of pages and scientific papers that are available online. The list here are those which are relevant to the text in the book.

Sheep Mountain

Hockey stick

Hockey Stick – Rise and Fall

Climategate Inquiries

The Pause

The Green Blob


Golden Rice


BBC Report

Judith Curry and the Precautionary principle

Fracking in Balcombe

English Vineyards

John Bates at Climate Etc

Bullying of Climate Scientitsts

The famous VS thread at Bart’s blog

Sea Ice

Antarctic Record Sea Ice

Strong Arctic Sea Ice Growth

Antarctic Peninsula cooling by almost 1 degree

Medieval Warm Period

The Skeptics Handbook 1

The Skeptics Handbook 2

The Scientific Method

Did we ever have a debate?
‘Global Warming Is Not A Crisis’, a debate hosted by Intelligence Squared. Spoiler: ‘Not a crisis won’. Watch it on YouTube

Michael Mann loses lawsuit

Good reads

Like the blogs there is so much worth reading on climate change and energy. The list below is simply those that have inspired some of the cartoons in this book.

The Hockey Stick Illusion by Andrew Montford

The Rational Optimist by Matt Ridley

The Propaganda Bureau

A Disgrace to the Profession by Mark Steyn

The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels by Alex Epstein

Prominent climatologist Hubert Lamb and the transformation of climate science

Activist Facts: Greenpeace

The Climategate emails – a booklet

The Chilling Stars: A Cosmic View of Climate Change

Watermelons by James Delingpole

Green Tyranny by Rupert Darwall

The Little Green Book of Eco-Fascism: The Plan to Frighten Your Kids, Drive Up Energy Costs and Hike Your Taxes! by James Delingpole

The ClimateGate email archive