ClimateDepot, run by Mark Morano, has been called by somebody on the other side a Drudge Report of climate skepticism (another word was used in place of skepticism). ClimateDepot features digests with links to climate skeptics’ news, fresh articles and research reports, and updates them at least daily. There are also original articles. The front page of ClimateDepot has a section of links to both sides of the climate debate. (Try finding links to climate skeptics on the climate alarmism sites)
WattsUpWithThat by Anthony Watts, is the the world’s most viewed site on “climate change” (in quotes because this phrase means different things for different people). It also has links to both sides.
The Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) — a multi-issue organization with a focus on the climate debate.
The Heartland Institute — one of few think tanks that resisted climate alarmism even through the darkest days of the Obama administration.
CO2 Science by Dr. Craig Idso publishes scientific papers and popular articles about carbon dioxide, “the gas of life,” demonized by cunning enviros, United Nations bodies, and European Union politicians.
Climate Change Reconsidered, NIPCC Reports from 2009-2015 (warning — science!)
The Global Warming Policy Forum — our friends in the U.K.
JunkScience by Steve Milloy — a long running resource debunking environmentalist junk science.
AKDart — a multi-issue conservative site containing original articles and digests with links to other websites criticizing enviros, commies, nazis, etc.
NoTricksZone describes itself as Climate and energy news from Germany in English – by Pierre L. Gosselin.
GelbspanFiles by Russel Cook publishes thorough investigations of forgeries and misrepresentations by climate alarmists and their media friends. The main justification for suppressing opposition to climate alarmism is the conspiracy theory alleging that climate skeptics are shills for fossil fuels industries. From 1995 to 1997, a fake Pulitzer Prize winner named Gelbspan repeated and embellished old lies and misrepresentations purported to support this theory.
PopularTechnology.net is a rarely updated but still highly valuable resource.
Individual papers and articles
Richard Lindzen, The Origin and Nature of the Alleged Scientific Consensus, 1992.
More Than 1000 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims, which updates the official Senate Minority Report: More Than 700 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims; Scientists Continue to Debunk “Consensus” in 2008 & 2009.
Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, Minority Report, The Chain of Environmental Command: How a Club of Billionaires and Their Foundations Control the Environmental Movement and Obama’s EPA, 2014, (makes a mistake of underestimating the top of the chain — foreign-based transnationals, such as WWF and Greenpeace International).
ClimateDepot & Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), 2016 State of the Climate Report.
Science, explained: Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), Why Scientists Disagree about Global Warming, 2015 .
Light reading: Donna Laframboise names and shames climate alarmism scoundrels and miscreants with class and wit.
These websites and individual documents are just a drop in the ocean of the information, hidden from the public by Google, Microsoft Bing, Yahoo, and former Obama administration.
This post uses the common phrase climate skeptics, but I prefer the term climate realists because the word skeptics gives too much respect to climate alarmism.
To be updated…