Professor, Directeur de Recherche, Mediterranean Institute for Biodiversity and Ecology (IMBE)
Expertise: Climate impacts on ecosystems, Carbon cycle, Sustainable development
Hypothesis handle: wolfgangcramer
Qualifying publication(s): see criteria
CO2 coalition sponsored article in The Washington Times presents list of false and misleading statements about the impacts of CO2 and climate change
in The Washington Times, by Gregory Wrightstone
— 05 May 2021
"This article recycles old tropes such as “it’s been warm before”, “CO2 levels have been higher in the past” (millions of years ago!), “CO2 is plant food”, “warming..
Commentary in The Australian ignores evidence and misrepresents research while falsely claiming humans are not responsible for climate change
in The Australian, by Ian Plimer
— 26 Oct 2017
"Yet another in the exhausting heap of opinions choosing not to engage with evidence, while still expecting readers to believe inaccurate and baseless claims. It is baffling why pu..
Wall Street Journal op-ed on economic consequences of climate change found naive by scientists
in The Wall Street Journal, by David Henderson, John Cochrane
— 02 Aug 2017
"This is a very simplistic, almost naive op-ed on climate change impacts. Some assertions such as the one about CO2 being good for plants demonstrates that the authors do not know ..
Analysis of “The Phony War Against CO2”
in The Wall Street Journal, by Rodney Nichols and Harrison Schmitt
— 03 Nov 2016
"The article speaks about scientific questions under an "opinion" banner—as if questions about the role of CO2 in the Earth system could be a matter of opinions. For the major fi..
EPA’s Scott Pruitt incorrectly suggests climate change might not be “a bad thing”
We know that humans have most flourished during times of, what, warming trends. I think there are assumptions made that because the climate is warming, that that is necessarily a bad thing.
SOURCE: Scott Pruitt, KSNV NBC Las Vegas
Published: 09 Feb 2018
Wall Street Journal op-ed ignores evidence of negative impacts of increasing CO2
Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide has helped raise global food production and reduce poverty.
SOURCE: Harrison Schmitt & Rodney Nichols, The Wall Street Journal
Published: 02 Nov 2016