Global Warming Policy Forum
|Global Warming Policy Forum|
|founded in the year||2009|
|address||Tufton Street 55|
|type of institution||Think Tank|
|Virtual Networks A "Virtual Network" is a group of Think Tanks identified by certain semantic and normative (ideological) commonalities (e.g. climate change scepticism). Such a virtual network constitutes a research field that differs from the study of formal networks. Formal networks are real in the sense of officially acknowledged and immediately open to empirical validation. Virtual networks on the other hand display shared ideas. Social network analysis tools can be applied to find out if or to what extent virtual networks are real networks that display linkages (membership in networks, personnel, resources etc.). Unconnected think tanks in turn can be considered special cases in need of explanation independent from network structures (unless we have to assume invisible, hidden or covered ties).||Climate Change Skeptics|
|Output of Global Warming Policy Forum 2023|
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Books, Peer reviewed pubs., Studies, Articles, Policy papers, Op-eds, Newspaper articles, Blogs, Periodicals, Podcasts (audio), Podcasts (video), Conferences, Seminars/workshops, Lecturers/talks, Briefings, Others, </pbars>
|Presence of Think Tank affiliates in the various fieldsWe try to capture where people affiliated with a Think Tank - affiliates are employees, members of the advisory and supervisory board etc. - are present: if they write in the media, teach in universities or work for another Think Tank. The chart down below shows in which fields the affiliates are present. Every presence is counted once.|
|People n = 1|
|Presences n = 12|
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Think Tank,1 Business,0 Media,6 Politics,5 Academia,0 NGO,0 </pPie>
|Kind of activities of Think Tank affiliatesWe try to capture where people affiliated with a Think Tank - affiliates are employees, members of the advisory and supervisory board etc. - are present: if they write in the media, teach in universities or work for another Think Tank. The chart down below shows which kind of activities the affiliates conduct. Every presence is counted once.|
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Author,1 Leader (CEO etc.),3 Consultant,0 Editor,2 Interviewee,3 Member,2 Participant,0 Lecturer,1 Employee,0 </pPie>
The following coordinate was not recognized: 51.496290;-0.128180.The following coordinate was not recognized: 51.496290;-0.128180. The Global Warming Policy Forum is associated to the Global Warming Policy FoundationAccording to its website: "The Global Warming Policy Forum is a London-based think tank which conducts campaigns and activities which do not fall squarely within the Global Warming Policy Foundation’s remit as an educational charity."Staff and board members information was collected on November 20, 2018, from the about page of the Global Warming Policy Forum
Organizational Structure and Funding
Tufton Street 55
People supervising the Think Tank (mainly in economic questions).
- Nigel Lawson, Nigel Lawson (Conservative member of the House of Lords) was Secretary of State for Energy (1981-83) and Chancellor of the Exchequer (1983-89). He is the chairman of the Global Warming Policy Foundation and author of An Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look at Global Warming, 2008.
- Neil Record, Educated at Oxford and London Universities, Neil Record started his career as an Economist at the Bank of England. He is the chairman and founder of Record plc (1983). Mr Record is a Visiting Fellow and Investment Committee member of Nuffield College (Oxford), a Trustee of the Institute of Economic Affairs (London) and a Governor of Magdalen College School (Oxford).
- Terence Mordaunt, Terence Mordaunt is the co-owner of Bristol Port Company and serves as its Chairman.
- Edward Atkin, Edward Atkin founded and created Avent in 1994, the world’s No 1 in Baby Feeding hardware. He is a multiple Queen’s Award winner for Technology as well as Exports. Mr Atkin helped create what is now the Reuters Institute for Journalism at Oxford University and owns a research & development centre in Cambridge dealing advanced transport technologies
We used the DGs of the EU to generate a basic list of topics. This list is going to be steadily extended. However we try to preserve a persistent list of topics.