GreenTracker| Sir Muir Russell, who recently retired as vice-chancellor of Glasgow University, will head an investigation into the way climate change data was processed into evidence and scientific conclusions at the UK’s University of East Anglia research facility.
A panel of experts with no affiliation to the university or ‘Climategate’, as the pre-Copenhagen hacking of emails is called, will recruit other neutral third parties capable of understanding the data and its modeling analysis. The team is scheduled to present a paper this May.
Read the list of questions the panel will be investigating and several itmes that we will present to the media unit established for outside inquiries. Feel free to comment or add questions of your own. Read on Britain Launches Independent Climate Change Research Inquiry.