Greenpeace in the IPCC: Part II – Shub Niggurath Climate
Several conclusions can be drawn. The report and the key chapter 10 was firmly in control of a group which intended to use Greenpeace material right from the beginning. The chapter was built around the Greenpeace narrative.Climate change: warm words and cool waters | Editorial | Comment is free | The Guardian
But the drafts make clear the problems go deeper. The IPCC shepherded Greenpeace’s [R]evolution scenario through the report drafting process, sequentially incorporating its claims and substituting placeholder references in stepwise manner.
There is a serious debate about why observed temperatures have not kept pace with computer-modelled predictionsBolivia - Snowfall more than five-feet deep “causing serious problems”
Mining centers isolated - Despair among inhabitants.Is Antarctica Getting Warmer? | NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT
So we now have:-
Increasing sea ice
Increasing ice sheet mass.
On every count, the models and predictions of the IPCC and WMO have failed.