University of East Anglia

This marks a major setback for those hoping climate change-causing pollution had peaked.
Regular dog walkers were more active on days with cold, rainy weather.
In November 2009, an event occurred that would change the course of climate activism around the world. The huge servers of the University of East Anglia were illegally hacked into, and more than 1,000 emails and documents were stolen and used as a tool for climate-change deniers.
I don't know how Dr. Mann does it. I don't know how someone can survive such brutality and still be such a calm soul, filled with hope that the climate crisis can be resolved.
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The UK police force tasked with investigating the hacking of emails and documents from the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia seems to have quietly de-prioritized its investigation earlier this year.
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