Thursday, May 10, 2007

Passing on the latest James Hansen news...


Jim gave a presentation in a court case that vermont are involved with:

Presentation used last week as a witness for Vermont in its case vs auto makers is available as 4.8 MB pdf here. Alternatively the ppt is available ppr here.

As a more scientific and referenced version of these pieces, the written decleration is available:

My written declaration, with 48 charts, including ~ one paragraph discussing each chart, is probably a clearer scientific summary than my talks. So in response to requests from the public I now provide this declaration (although there are a few updated charts in the above) rather than the “annotated charts” from a solar energy conference presentation. The written declaration.

Jim was also impressed by the work of Vermont's legal team:

It was quite an experience to see the way the team presenting the Vermont case worked (David Bookbinder, Matt Pawa, et al.) – very impressive in their dedication and skills. My guess/hope is that they will win this case, but a ruling is not expected before late summer.

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