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Profs in the Spotlight

From NPR to the New York Times to the BBC and Al-Jazeera, BU professors sought out for their research and opinions

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Robert Kaufmann
CAS professor Robert Kaufmann is the lead author of a recent study showing that China’s coal-burning, in fact, paused the advance of global warming. He has since been interviewed extensively by media around the world. Below is a sampling.

Image: Robert Kaufmann

Associated Press
Global warming: China’s air pollution makes climate better, and worse at same time

New Scientist
Short Sharp Science Blog: Why global temperatures held steady for 10 years

The Guardian
Sulphur from Chinese power stations ‘masking’ climate change

Asia pollution blamed for halt in warming: study

BBC News
Global warming lull down to China’s coal growth

Daily Express
So much for global warming as planet Earth gets colder

Daily Mail
Coal-burning China’s rapid growth may have HALTED global warming

The Independent
Chinese coal pollution has had a ‘cooling effect on the planet’

China coal surge held back warming: study

Fox Nation Blog: Fox News-Inspired Scientist to Study Why Global Warming Has Stopped

The Two-Way Blog: Study: Decade-Long Lull In Global Temperatures Caused By Chinese Coal Use

Science News
Sulfur stalls surface temperature rise

Ecocentric Blog: Has “China Sky“ Helped Slow Global Warming?

Without China’s Coal Burning The Hottest Decade On Record Would’ve Been Even Hotter

Washington Post
Capital Weather Gang Blog: New study blames 10-year lull in global warming on China coal use, air pollution

Daily Mail
Global warming? A new ice age? The only certainty is that YOU’RE paying for the hysteria of our politicians

Aljazeera English “News Live”
Climate study

Kook: The ChiComs Burning Coal Halted Global Warming, Cooled Us

United Press International
Sulfur emissions ‘mask’ global warming

Investor’s Business Daily
EDITORIAL: Think It’s Getting Hotter? Think Again

Investor’s Business Daily
EDITORIAL: Coal stops global warming?

The Independent
Nature Studies by Michael McCarthy: Wet summers conceal a terrible surprise

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