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FoS News Release November 23. 2012

On the heels of the UK Daily Mail reporting that global temperatures stopped warming 16 years ago, SHAW TV Calgary (Channel 10) will air complete coverage of "UN Climate Panel: Activist and Untrustworthy" by investigative journalist and author Donna Laframboise held at Calgary's Metropolitan Center on October 17, 2012. She was the guest speaker at the 9th Annual Friends of Science luncheon co-sponsored by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy.

FoS News Release October 18, 2012

Investigative journalist and author Donna Laframboise revealed key elements of her expose on the UN's Climate Change Panel - the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to a diverse audience of 240 Canadian business and resource industry executives at Calgary's Metropolitan Center on October 17, 2012.

FoS Ninth Annual Luncheon with Donna Laframboise

The FoS 9th annual luncheon will be held on October 17, 2012 in Calgary, Alberta, featuring Donna Laframboise, investigative journalist. Her book shows that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in not an unbiased, rigorously scientific body, but is run by eco-activists with a political agenda.

FoS News Release August 1, 2012

Tracking carbon emissions is a waste of taxpayers' money. The recent announcement that Canada is half-way to meeting its 2020 carbon emissions reduction targets as set in the Copenhagen accord has the Calgary-based climate science watch-dogs Friends of Science Society speaking out against such initiatives at all.

FoS News Release July 18, 2012

The recent "Death of Evidence" rally by various scientists and supporters on Canada's Parliament Hill makes a mockery of the real scientific evidence, say Friends of Science. "The sun is the main driver of climate change," says Len Maier, President of the Friends of Science. "Green house gases and carbon dioxide (CO2) have only a nominal impact. CO2 increase is actually beneficial to agriculture."

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