Updated: 20 Feb 2020
All my 2020 publications, after the break …
Burgess, M. G., J. Ritchie, J. Shapland, and R. Pielke, Jr. 2020. “IPCC Baseline Scenarios Over-project CO2 Emissions and Economic Growth.” SocArXiv. February 18. doi:10.31235/osf.io/ahsxw.
Commentary and Opinion
Forbes Energy Columns
Pielke, Jr., R. 2020. How Billionaires Tom Steyer And Michael Bloomberg Corrupted Climate Science, Forbes, 2 January.
Pielke, Jr., R. 2020. Three Rules for Accepting “Event Attribution” Studies, Forbes, 6 January.
Pielke, Jr. R. 2020. The Inconvenient Facts on Australian Bushfires, Forbes, 14 January.
Pielke, Jr. R. 2020. The Best News on Climate You’ve Never Heard, Forbes, 18 January.
Pielke, Jr. R. 2020. Why You Can’t Trust The Insurance Industry’s Secret Science On Climate Catastrophes, Forbes, 25 January.
Pielke, Jr. R. 2020. Understanding the Great Climate Science Scenario Debate, Forbes, 3 February.
Pielke, Jr., R. 2020. How Academic ‘Blacklists’ Impede Serious Work On Climate Science, Forbes, 9 February.
Pielke, Jr. R. 2020. Good News And Bad News As Carbon Dioxide Emissions Grow More Slowly Than Models Predict, Forbes, 18 February.
Forbes Sports Columns
Pielke, Jr. R. 2020. On Par With Doping: The First Person To Miss The Olympics For Wearing The Wrong Shoes, Forbes, 21 January.
Pielke, Jr., R. 2020. The Decline of Football is Real and It’s Accelerating, Forbes, 25 January.
Pielke, Jr., R. 2020. How Universities Are Changing Their Approach To Recruiting Student Athletes With Troubled Pasts, Forbes, 11 February.