Stanley B. Goldenberg
- M.S. Synoptic Meteorology, Florida State University (1980).
- B.S. Meteorology, Florida State University, (1978).
- A.A., Miami-Dade Community College (1972).
Stanley B. Goldenberg is a Meteorologist with the Hurricane Research Division/AOML/NOAA located in Miami, Florida. He is one of the lead authors of NOAA's Seasonal Hurricane Outlooks for the Atlantic basin.
Goldenberg received his M.S. in Meteorology under the guidance of fellow climate change skeptic Jim O'Brien.
Stanley Goldenberg has been associated with the Heartland Institute as an expert and a regular speaker at the Heartland Institute's International Conference on Climate Change.
Goldenberg is known for his views on arctic sea ice. While Goldenberg has conceded that "it is possible that a small fraction of the increase in hurricane activity might be associated with the gradual, long-term SST increase," he is also on the record for claiming there is raw data showing an increase in Arctic sea ice depth and an expansion of its coverage. , 
Stance on Climate Change
"Just because climate change has happened doesn't mean AGW. Just because weather disasters happen doesn’t mean AGW. And an inconvenient truth that most of the media are speaking of, CAGW – that’s very important. They’re not just talking about AGW, but catastrophic [anthropogenic global warming]. If we just have a little bit of warming from manmade causes, nobody really cares, but they’re talking about it's going to be catastrophic." 
"[The scientific consensus] is a blatant lie put forth in the media that makes it seem there is only a fringe of scientists who don’t buy into anthropogenic global warming." 
"Not a single, to my knowledge – not a single scientist at the National Hurricane Center, the Hurricane Research Division, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center – I’m trying to find out about the Central Pacific Hurricane Center – believe that hurricanes – numbers, activity – that there’s any measurable impact from any so-called global warming." 
DeSmogBlog researched the co-sponsors behind Heartland's ICCC7 and found that they had collectively received over $67 million from ExxonMobil, the Koch Brothers and the conservative Scaife family foundations.
Goldenberg was a speaker at the Heartland Institute's Second International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC2).
DeSmogBlog researched the funding behind Heartland's Second International Conference on Climate Change, and found that sponsor organizations had received over $47 million in funding from energy companies and right-wing foundations, with 78% of that total coming from Scaife Family foundations.
According to his profile at AOML/NOAA, Stanley Goldenberg has published 13 articles in peer-reviewed journals, primarily on the subject of Hurricane activity in the Atlantic. A number of his publications were co-published with climate change skeptic Chris Landsea, and one with Jim O'Brien.
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"New York Global Warming Conference Considers 'Manhattan Declaration'" (Press Release), The Heartland Institute, March, 2008. Archived June 10, 2011.
"Experts: Stanley Goldenberg," The Heartland Institute. Accessed May, 2012.
Goldenberg, S.B., C.W. Landsea, A.M. Mestas-Nuñez, and W.M. Gray, 2001: The recent increase in Atlantic hurricane activity : Causes and implications. Science, 293 , 474-479. Reprinted by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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"Stanley Goldenberg," SourceWatch.
"Stanley B. Goldenberg," Wikipedia.