Revkin now a “denier”, too?
Alana Goodman writes in Commentary Magazine:
… On the whole, I think Revkin has tried to be fair to all sides of the climate change debate. But I still don’t believe he gives fair coverage to the content of the original ClimateGate emails — emails that he personally had a part in. If the messages had shown prominent climate change skeptics plotting media strategy, obscuring data, and acting more like lobbyists than scientists, the New York Times would certainly have treated it like the scandal it is. And if the Times is willing to devote space to crowdsourcing the Sarah Palin emails, it had no excuse for not doing the same with emails written by prominent scientists who help shape international environmental policy.
Below are the Revkin Climategate 2.0 e-mails. Judge him for yourself.
- Revkin flirts with skepticism
- Mann to Revkin — Use me but don’t quote me
- Revkin told freezing and melting alarm not a good PR combo
- Revkin — ‘paint human-pushed warming as an urgent imperative’
- Mann’s allies — Revkin, Science, Environmental Defense
- Revkin ‘trusted’ by the alarmists
- Alarmist to Revkin: ‘Why quote Fred Singer?’