Global Warming: Submissions and Responses to Government Inquiries (Note: for Climategate documents go here.)
US & CANADIAN TESTIMONY
October 2008Response to questions from Senator Inhofe of the US Environment and Public Works Committee concerning the validity of climate models for policymaking purposes
March 31 2011 There were hearings on climate science before the US House Science, Space and Technology Committee. John Christy of the University of Alabama-Huntsville was a witness and included in his submission a letter I wrote to some members of the incoming Congress on my concerns with some parts of previous IPCC reports.
December 15 2011 I testified before the Senate Standing Committee on Energy, Environment and Natural Resources in Ottawa.
April 7 2005 Testimony before the Canadian House of Commons Environment Committee looking into Canada's Kyoto Commitment
December 2008 I made a Submission to the US EPA in response to its Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking for greenhouse gases. It includes my letters to Inhofe and Dingell as well as some supplementary material.
September 2007 I was contacted by a politician outside of Canada who was preparing for cabinet-level decisions on global warming policy. I was asked to identify half a dozen of the main assumptions about global warming that, if wrong, would invalidate the usual conclusions. Of course the topic is so big I could easily have written a book in response. A tidied-up version of my actual reply is here. I do not know what effect, if any, it had on the individual's views.