by H. Sterling Burnett
Heartland Institute

After years of regulatory and court battles, Arizona Superior Court Justice James Marner ordered the University of Arizona (UA) to release emails by university researchers tied to the Climategate email scandal.

The Climategate emails released so far show researchers at universities around the world discussed suppressing data, raising questions about the evidence used to support the claim humans are causing climate change. They also pressured science journals not to publish articles by climate realists. The London Telegraph’s Christopher Booker called Climategate “the worst scientific scandal of our generation.”

For more than six years, Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal) has been fighting UA’s Board of Regents for release of emails from several UA professors.

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