Ian Plimer is one of the most imperious purveyors of climate scepticism in the world and has carved out significant influence in media and political circles, writes Tom Cowie.
The cache of emails reveals the difficulties that climate scientists have in going about their everyday work, particular under a constant barrage of Freedom of Information requests and public criticism, writes freelancer Graham Readfearn.
The science might not agree with them, but climate sceptics have managed to grab a giant chunk of the media spotlight. It may be just a handful of people but they scream louder than most and are effective at getting their views heard.
From climate change to evolution, New Scientist is running a great series of special reports into denialism: how it works, how it spreads, how companies manufacture it, and why it's so hard to fight.
250 members of the National Academies of Science have published a letter hitting back against the assaults and "McCarthy-like threats of criminal prosecution" against climate scientists over the Climategate scandal.
The entire field of climate research is facing a crisis of confidence, says Der Spiegel. Can scientists save themselves in time to save the planet?
Greenpeace has released an extensive expose on oil industry kingpins David and Charles Koch, who it says have quietly pumped $50 million into "climate-denial front groups".
Climate change has become an issue where contrary views are not tolerated and sceptics are mocked in the media. This shouldn't happen at the ABC, said ABC chairman -- and known climate change denier -- Maurice Newman, in a speech to journos.
Accusation of criminality against leading climate scientists takes the denialist campaign of harassment and intimidation to new lows.
Jonathan Holmes jumps in to the recent Crikey debate about climate change reporting on the ABC. Does the ABC need to balance climate change scientists with climate change sceptics to reflect public opinion?