Oh yeah… he joined the Climategaters long ago.
In a Politico report about the stolen Heartland documents, former New York Times reporter Andy Revkin turns up his nose at Heartland outreach:
Revkin, author of The New York Times blog Dot Earth, said he was confused by the Heartland Institute’s apparent interest in targeting him given the group’s own writings challenging him on the subject of climate change.
“Not too long ago, Heartland called me ‘a noted ally of the alarmist camp,'” Revkin wrote in an email to POLITICO. “I do have a different read of some climate science and policy issues than the folks they say I have ‘antipathy’ for, but that hardly means I’m open to Heartland cultivating me.
Read the Revkin e-mails from Climategate 2.0:
- 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?’