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IPCC Chairman Dismisses Friends of Science Billboard Campaign

IPCC Chairman Hoesung Lee of South Korea said Friends of Science Society should publish in peer-reviewed journals, not on billboards, as they did for the recent IPCC Cities conference in Edmonton. As part of the conference, the “Alberta Narratives” mass public climate change indoctrination program was introduced to Calgarians at the Telus Spark Science Center by green activist George Marshall and Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, professor of political science at Texas Tech University.



IPCC Cities and Climate Science Conference 2018 to be Welcomed with Friends of Science Billboard Campaign

As delegates and scientists flock to Edmonton, Alberta for the 2018 IPCC Cities and Climate Science conference, Friends of Science Society announces a new billboard campaign to welcome them. There are three messages dotted throughout the downtown core, meant to stimulate open, civil debate on the crucial question of whether it is carbon dioxide, or if it is the sun and other natural factors that are the main drivers of climate change.



Polar Bear Academics Locked in Ugly Climate Change Turf Battle as GWPF Releases New Report

As the Global Warming Policy Foundation releases its “State of the Polar Bear” 2017 report on International Polar Bear Day, Feb. 27, 2018, behind the scenes academics are locked in an ugly turf battle says Friends of Science Society. The report shows that global polar bear numbers have been stable or risen slightly since 2005, despite declining summer sea ice. The predicted 67% decline in polar bear numbers did not occur.



Lloyd’s of London should Unfriend ENGOs – Befriend Facts in Climate Change Battle

Lloyd’s of London should “Unfriend ENGOs” and befriend facts in the climate change - coal battle, since it recently announced it would enact a coal exclusion policy from its investment strategy. This decision appears to be an outcome of the persistent “Unfriend Coal” campaign, rebutted in a new report by Friends of Science Society entitled “Unfriend ENGOs – Befriend Facts.”



Climate Change Activists in LEAP Manifesto, CUPE and Foreign Money are Behind Oil Pipeline Blockades in Canada

As Canada institutes new environmental and resource development regulations, rife with layers of climate change considerations, Friends of Science says pipeline blockades are driven by public unions like CUPE and environmental activists like those of the LEAP Manifesto whose actions are damaging the Canadian economy and scaring investors away.




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