Monday, September 16, 2013


EU policy on climate change is right even if science was wrong, says commissioner - Telegraph
Regardless of whether scientists are wrong on global warming, current European Union energy policies are the right ones even if they lead to higher prices for consumers, Europe's climate action commissioner has said.
...In the process of defending controversial policies, the EU has often linked extreme weather events to global warming after the IPCC said six years ago that it was more than 50 per cent sure that hurricanes, flooding and droughts were being caused by manmade global warming. That figure is expected to be revised down to less than a 21 per cent certainty that natural disasters are caused by climate change.
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“It’s possible the government negotiations will move them towards a more credible statement, but the problem is the negotiators at this point are from national environment ministries who all have a vested interest in promoting the climate scare,” Prof. McKitrick said. “So I don’t hold out any hope that a realistic document will emerge from Stockholm.”

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