Their 'evidence' of what they call a "conspiracy" are a number of reports by the same people that quote the same old canards, many of which are more than 15-years old.
Because it is their most recent 'evidence,' I read the entire Union of Concerned Scientists' (UCS) report which is here. With one exception, their evidence is a complete joke. The fact that a conservative group funded research is no more evidence of a conspiracy than, for example, World Wildlife Fund funding research.
Most of UCS's allegations involve activities of more than a dozen years ago:
|Three 1998's and one 2002. This is typical throughout the report.|
All of this is being done to poison the well by making false allegations leading up to the Paris climate talks later this year. It is pure politics, not science. It is also a disgrace.
Bumped due to this additional information from Dr. Judith Curry addressing the signatories of the letter: