I'll name one. Michael S. Coffman, PhD.
Funny how he mentions things the media doesn't. Like how much the cost of electric is rising in Europe due to shutting down all their nuclear and fossil fuel plants. And how a couple of those plants were re-started in 2012 when a windless cold snap hit England and the windmills didn't make any electric.
Which won't be an option pretty soon because they are being dismantled.
Or that in the last 30 years 50% (give or take a little) of the world-wide weather stations have been shut down, primarily in higher altitude and latitude (colder) locations.
Scientists should be skeptical. And everyone else should be skeptical when scientists start talking about "consensus".
"Shouldn’t we be emphasizing that models are not data, and that climate models have never successfully predicted anything? Models are built upon assumptions (opinions), and if the bases for the assumptions are wrong, the results can never accurately predict future behavior."- Walter Cunningham