Deniers:Scientists:Paul Reiter

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Director, Insects and Infectious Diseases, Pasteur Institute, Paris, France

Visiting Researcher, Harvard School of Public Health.Member, Annapolis Center Science and Economic Advisory Board.Contributing Author, Tech Central Station.

Dr. Reiter formerly worked at the Centers for Disease Control (Dengue Branch).

Key Quotes

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January 11th, 2007

I am not a climatologist, nor an expert on sea level or polar ice. But I do know from talking to many scientists in many disciplines that this consensus is a mirage.
Source:International Herald Tribune 1/11/07


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Key Deeds

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March 8th, 2007

Appeared in documentary "The Great Global Warming Swindle"
Source:The Great Global Warming Swindle (Documentary)

April 6, 2006

Co-signer of skeptic letter to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in April 2006
Source:Financial Post (Canada) 04/06/06


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Key Events

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May 3rd, 2004

The Impacts of Global Warming: Why the Alarmist View is Wrong
Relationship to event: Speaker


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Annapolis Center
Member, Science and Economic Advisory Council
Source:Annapolis Center website 3/04

International Policy Network
Contributing Writer
Source:International Policy Network website 4/04

Cooler Heads Coalition
Source:Cooler Heads Coalition website 5/04

Tech Central Science Foundation, or Tech Central Station
Science Roundtable Member
Source:Tech Central Station Bio - Reiter

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