- Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Working Group I: IPCC WGI firmly stands behind its unique procedures and behind the scientific community and their collective work which has been, and continues to be, the basis of unbiased, open and transparent assessments of the current knowledge on the climate system and its changes
- The Met Office, NERC and the Royal Society: Climate scientists from the UK and across the world are in overwhelming agreement about the evidence of climate change, driven by the human input of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.
- The American Meteorological Society: Even if some of the charges of improper behavior in this particular case turn out to be true — which is not yet clearly the case — the impact on the science of climate change would be very limited
- The American Association for the Advancement of Science: The reality of climate change is based on a century of robust and well-validated science
- The journal Nature: Stolen e-mails have revealed no scientific conspiracy
- Pew Center on Global Climate Change: The scientific consensus regarding human‐induced climate change is not likely to be affected. The data sets involved in the discussions have been reproduced independently by other scientists in other countries and yield similar conclusions.
- Union of Concerned Scientists: Debunking Misinformation About Stolen Climate Emails
- New Scientist: Why there’s no sign of a climate conspiracy in hacked emails
- Scientific American: Rumors of the demise of climate change have been much exaggerated
- Popular Mechanics: Do the potentially unethical acts implied by these e-mails invalidate the hypothesis that human output of greenhouse gases, most notably CO2, creates a serious risk of rapid climate change? No.
- More individual scientists’ statements on SwiftHack are aggregated here and here.
And of course the emails never have and never will impact the scientific basis of the reality of anthropogenic warming.
[h/t to DeSmogBlog for the IPCC statement]
[LATE UPDATE: More added as they come.]