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IPCC Now Claims All Warming Since End Of Little Ice Age Is Man-Made

Written by Dr Benny Peiser

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So the very first sentence of the SR15 Summary for Policy Makers, after the Introduction, consists of a statement which is not well supported by the totality of the available scientific literature and which is at odds with the IPCC’s own findings in the AR5 Working Group 1 Report of just 5 years ago! Not a good start. —Climate Scepticism, 9 October 2018

President Donald Trump says he plans to review the UN report that warns of global warming-caused chaos unless drastic action is taken – although he says he’s skeptical of its authors. —AFP & Daily Mail, 9 October 2018

The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change’s (IPCC) newly-released climate report, once again, found little to no evidence global warming caused many types of extreme weather events to increase. —Michael Bastasch, The Daily Caller, 8 October 2018

The energy sector in Europe has been keenly awaiting the release of a long-term climate strategy document from the European Union, due to be released in November. This week a draft of the strategy has been leaked to the media, and it has environmental campaigners furious. —Dave Keating, Forbes, 8 October 2018

Global health authorities have finally recognized what residents living near wind farms have been saying for years; the noise they emit is more than an inconvenience, it is a risk to health. —The Australian, 10 October 2018

If you follow BBC news programmes, you are extremely unlikely to hear anything about this important lecture. That is because the scientist delivering it is saying that man-made global warming theory is a scam. BBC policy is to report no challenge to AGW theory at all. The explicit statement of this policy was set out in a four-page memo by Fran Unsworth, the BBC’s Director of News and Current Affairs, which was leaked to Carbon Brief last month. —Melanie Phillips, 8 October 2018

The BBC will not give in to pressure to omit views felt to be ‘beyond the pale’, director-general Tony Hall said last night. The Corporation was found to have breached its editorial guidelines last year by ‘not sufficiently challenging’ climate change skeptic Nigel Lawson on Radio 4’s Today programme. —Daily Mail, 9 October 2018