After Desmogblog, my favorite climate change blog is probably Rabbett Run, maintained by one Eli Rabbett (don't know if that's his real name or not). While Desmog concentrates on the PR end of the debate, Mr. Rabbett delves into hardcore science. So, warning: the guy knows math and he's not afraid to use it. He also follows the issue with an intensity and thoroughness that few others can match, and turns up stuff you can't find anywhere else. So for example, this post is a translation by Mr. Rabbett of an interview done with head climate change denier Richard S. Lindzen for the Swiss news magazine Die Weltwoche. Revealing stuff. After arguing about how "uncertain" climate science is, Dr. Lindzen discusses the new generation of Russian Climatologists:
Interviewer: Today Russian scientists are moving away from the consensus.
Lindzen: Some yes, others not. It is a question of which generation they belong to. The older ones cut away, the younger get in line. Russia has a long tradition in climate research. The current older scientists were world leaders. And they know that this simplified way of looking at things makes no sense. The younger ones are not distinguished but they want invitations to visit Europe - so they collaborate and do what Europe wants.
Interviewer: Is the world so simple?
Lindzen: Sometimes yes.
Also, after complaining about the term denier ("I am a Holocaust survivor. My parents fled Germany in 1938. Whoever calls me a “climate denier” insults me"), Lindzen compares Al Gore to a Nazi! Classic stuff!