James Kirkup and Louise Gray
December 6, 2009
[efoods]The Prime Minister launched an outspoken attack on climate-change sceptics amid growing signs of public doubts about the scientific and political consensus on the environment.
World leaders meet in Copenhagen next week seeking a global deal on cutting carbon emissions. But the debate has been clouded by a row over accusations that British scientists manipulated data on global temperatures.
The United Nations yesterday announced an investigation into the University of East Angliaâ€™s Climatic Research Unit. Critics of the scientific consensus on climate change claim emails from the unitâ€™s servers show researchers manipulated evidence to support their theory.