Friday, October 25, 2013


- Bishop Hill blog - Honing his hypocrisy
Last week, Shell's climate change adviser David Hone issued a complaint that I had appeared on the BBC to discuss the Fifth Assessment Report.
If only I could aspire to match Mr Hone's credentials (he is a chemical engineer) and objectivity (he is chairman of the International Emissions Trading Association.
Do these people have no sense of how foolish they make themselves look?
Claim: Last 100 years may be warmest in 120,000 years in the Arctic, but not so fast | Watts Up With That?
If the warmth today was “unprecedented” they’d find nothing in the way of previous life forms under the receding ice. – Anthony
Tackling Climate Change is Good for Business | LinkedIn
[caption; UN chief Ban Ki-moon] Visiting Antarctica with my wife, Yoo Soon-taek, we saw first-hand the effects of climate change on melting glaciers.

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