Into the Dustbin: Rajendra Pachauri, the Climate Report & the Nobel Peace Prize: Donna Laframboise: 9781492292401: Amazon.com: Books
Rajendra Pachauri, the chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), is a non-stop train wreck. The IPCC is supposed to be an objective scientific body, but Pachauri writes forewords for Greenpeace publications and has accepted a 'green crusader’ award. He is an aggressive policy advocate even though his organization is supposed to be policy neutral. In 1996, an Indian High Court concluded that he’d "suppressed material facts" and "sworn to false affidavits." He has long claimed to hold two PhDs, but in fact only earned one.An attempt to escape perpetual failure on climate change at the G20
The heart of the problem is that developing countries want the developed world to reduce its greenhouse gas output and pay them, and the West doesn’t like that idea absent real greenhouse-gas commitments from big developing nations with rising economies, such as China, India and Brazil.