Person: John Stone

John Stone, retired, Bureau of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Science muzzling and climate change
By John Stone

No science, no evidence, no truth, no democracy. This has become the rallying cry of scientists and those that support science in this country. It is in response to the sad and extensive litany of injustices done to science and scientists in Canada over the past few years.

John Stone

There is more to addressing climate change than reinforcing the science
By John Stone

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is at a crucial crossroads. How well it responds to the criticisms in the recent public reviews will determine its future usefulness.

John Stone

Why we should all take “ClimateGate seriously
By John Stone

Recently, in an incident referred to in the media as “ClimateGate”, the computer systems at the University of East Anglia in the UK were illegally broken into and e-mail exchanges involving scientists at the Climate Research Unit were posted on the Internet.