|Portrait of Donna Laframboise, 2011|
Donna Laframboise is a Canadian feminist, journalist, writer, and photographer. She holds a degree in women's studies, and her writing has often supported organizations such as fathers' rights groups. She is the author of The Princess at the Window: A New Gender Morality (1997), a book critical of many aspects of contemporary feminism; and of The Delinquent Teenager Who Was Mistaken for the World's Top Climate Expert (2011), a book about the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Climatologist Judith Curry wrote that Laframboise's book "makes a clear and compelling case regarding problems with the IPCC."
In 2010, Laframboise organized a citizen audit of the IPCC AR4 report, to determine how many of the report's sources were peer-reviewed. The audit found that 21 of the report's 44 chapters used fewer than 60% peer-reviewed sources. She maintains noconsensus.org, a website that argues that there is no scientific consensus on global warming.
From 1993 to 2001, Laframbroise served on the board of directors of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. She has written articles and editorials for Canada's National Post, Globe & Mail, Toronto Star, and others.
- Laframboise Google profile
- Laframboise, Donna. "One-Stop Divorce Shops", The National Post, December 6, 1998.
- Laframboise on the IPCC by Judith Curry, October 19, 2011.
- Koprowski, Gene J. "Last in Class: Critics Give U.N. Climate Researchers an 'F'", Fox News, April 19, 2010.
- Main Findings of the Citizen Audit of IPCC AR4
- "About Noconsensus.org"
- Exploring the American Memory Collection at the Library of Congress, by Donna Laframboise
- NoConsensus, Laframboise site on global warming
- Laframboise profile at Quadrant Online, July 17, 2012.
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