New Climategate Emails Released
Documents appear before Durban talks
The hacker behind the 2009 release of emails between climate researchers has made public another batch one week before this year’s greenhouse gas negotiations in Durban, South Africa. The emails, stolen from the University of East Anglia, purport to show scientists conspiring to misrepresent the intensity of climate change. An investigation into the 2009 emails found no instances of scientific misconduct.
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