Comment: it's time to make the UN climate talks more accessible
“Constructive ambiguity” means wording that is deliberately vague, so that it is open to different interpretations.- Bishop Hill blog - Benestad et al rejected
-It can be very difficult for someone unfamiliar with the history of UNFCCC decisions and specialized terminology to understand what the decisions mean.
The Benestad (Cook, Nuccitelli) et al paper on "agnotology", a bizarre concoction that tried to refute just about every sceptic paper ever written has been rejected by Earth System DynamicsThe Upcoming IPCC Report: Clueless on the Warming 'Stall' | Trending Central
So expect graphic images of belching smoke-stacks, even though carbon dioxide is a colourless, odourless trace gas; enormous chunks of ice falling into the sea (as they have always done in summer); and let’s not forget that hardy perennial: the floating polar bear (always a tear-jerker). Fortunately, it will be – almost exclusively – a work of imaginative fiction.Warmists hits Obama for not embracing EU carbon tax on airlines | JunkScience.com
So buy your soda and popcorn, sit back and enjoy the fifth United Nations Intergovernmental Panel for Climate Change (IPCC) climate report show! Roll the tape…
“We do have a president who understands the need to fight climate change and yet is not willing to put the full resources of the administration to it,” said Michael Brune, executive director of the Sierra Club.