I would put Al Gore on the list a lot higher than James Hansen. Few people in the UK have heard of Hansen, most have heard of Al Gore and his convenient lie film.
Prince Charles George Monbiot Michael Mann Gavin Schmidt David Cameron Jonothan Porroit (head of friends of the Earth sorry for mis-spelling!) David Attenborough Dr Phil Jones Carl Sagan David Suzuki Gordon Brown David Milliband Maggie Thatcher (she started it all off in the UK) Rachendra Pauchari Dr Iain Stewart just about everyone at the BBC
" Dr. Sagan was one of the early supporters of the Global Warming Theory, the proposition that the build-up of CO2, methane and refrigerant gases in the atmosphere could lead to a cataclysmic rise in the earth's temperature. "
Revelle promoted the idea as a means of promoting the need for research which he wanted to head. Therefore he is a definite along with Susan Soloman the queen of the Ozone hole. The head of NOAA, NWS, NSIDC. Lets not forget Soros, Revkin, Romm,David Blood. Just about anybody involved in the Obama Administration such as Holdren which brings up Erlich. Kevin Trenberth. Judith Curry (Hurricanes are proof of global warming. Barbara Boxer. John Kerry along with his wife who gave Hansen an award from the Hienz Foundation for his promotion work. Waxman and Markley who introduced a bill that they had no idea what it contained. John Houghton.
I would mention Obama but he has proven how well he responds to the strings that are being pulled by the Puppet Master. He appears to be a trained pet or a well honed tool but he does not appear to have the ability to generate independent thought. I would place Obama into the victim category.
When people who wear the label scientists,are caught fabricating data,censoring skeptics,block publication of contrary science presentations and break disclosure laws over data they create by manipulation.
They have abandoned the basic scientific method process for the purpose of advancing an agenda.
That to me describes the activities of anti science behavior.
I think you have it right about the political agendas in the climate issue. Quite a few people think that it is more about politics than it is about science. Where is your main interest in all this, or are you (like me) keen to understand more about all of the issues involved?