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Dissenters Rising Up: India challenges global warming claims: Env. Minister prepared to take on ‘the doomsday scenarios of Al Gore and the IPCC’

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Round Up articles about India’s Challenge to UN IPCC Global Warming Claims

Dissenters Rising Up: India challenges global warming claims: Env. Minister prepared to take on ‘the doomsday scenarios of Al Gore and the IPCC’

UN IPCC Chair Pachauri in panic — accuses fellow Indians of ‘arrogance — attempts to smear scientist who dares to challenge UN IPCC

Indian study: ‘No evidence to link global warming and Himalayan glaciers…There is no abnormal retreat’

UN IPCC Dissed by India’s Env. Minister Ramesh: Declared his govt would focus on ‘studying glaciers from the scientific point of view rather looking at issue from political angle’

UN IPCC Scientist Dr. Madhav Khandekar Supports Skeptical Conclusions of India’s Himalayan Glaciers Paper (Report by V K Raina) – Nov. 12, 2009

Scientist on Himalyan Glaciers: ‘Even when faced with data showing the errors in their work, the IPCC seems incapable of admitting they were wrong’ – November 13, 2009

Scientist commends India’s skeptical glacier report: ‘I believe that Dr. Raina has provided the evidence, and interpreted it correctly’ – November 18, 2009

Flashback: Indian Scientist: ‘There is no global warming due to human activities’

India: ‘It is morally wrong for us to reduce emissions when 40% of Indians do not have access to electricity’

Full Indian scientific paper on Himalayan Glaciers

Flashback July 2008: India Issues Report Challenging Global Warming Fears

Flashback: Indian Geologist Dissents — launches website: ‘Enjoy Global Warming: Its natural’

Flashback 2006: Morano Debates IPCC’s Chairman Pachauri at UN Conference in Kenya

Flashback: Hillary Clinton apologizes to India for global warming

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