Feb 12

Here’s the transcript of Sen. Inhofe’s full speech on the Senate floor:

Mr. President, I rise today to highlight several recent media reports uncovering serious errors and possible fraud by the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, or IPCC. Continue reading »

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Feb 08

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Feb 08

Interviewer:

“What do you see as the tools, the next tools that you could try to utilize to try to create change?”

Pachauri:

“Children. I think we have sensitize the young, and tell them how their futures are going to be affected if you don’t take action today. And I think children are by and large very sensitive, and they understand.  They know what’s at stake. And I think if we can get them to understand the seriousness of the problem, they will probably shame adults into taking the right steps.”

That speaks for itself.

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Feb 03

What happened to reducing the earth’s temperature a fraction of a degree? And how does “equity” and “justice” figure into chilling it a bit?

The Financial Express reports:

New Delhi: Climate change not only impacts the ecology, it has far-reaching consequences for the society, culture, and politics of the nations. Until now, much of the emphasis has been on understanding atmospheric and scientific changes resulting from climate change. However, a ‘social take’ on it has gained urgency only recently. Against this background, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) brought together young people from various parts of the world for the Second YUVA (Youth Unite for Voluntary Action) Meet 2010 on ‘Understanding climate change through the social glass’. It is a special event of the DSDS (Delhi Sustainable Development Summit) 2010 – a flagship event of TERI being organized since 2001.

Present on the occasion were, Mr. Charlie Walker, Director Programmes, British Council, Dr. RK Pachauri, Director General, TERI, Mr. Ibrahim H.Rehman, Director, Social Transformation, TERI, Dr. PP. Bhojvaid, Vice Chancellor, TERI University and Ms. Ranjana Saikia, Associate Director, TERI.

Giving an overview of YUVA, Ms. Ranjana Saikia, said, “In this second edition of YUVA, we are focused on issues of equity, justice, lifestyle, culture and their linkages with climate change. YUVA meet brought together youth from some of the best institutions in India and abroad to discuss and come up with new solutions to combat climate change. It is not just an event, it is a part of TERI’s larger campaign to create a sustainable society.”

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Jan 26

From the YouTube notes:

Dr. RK Pachauri of the IPCC/TERI tells the BBC January 25, 2010 “I’m here to stay” refusing to take responsibility for the false data included in the IPCC AR4 with the absurd claim Himalayan Glaciers disappearing by 2035, the same false claim that was used to secure large amounts of funding from the EU and the Carnegie Company.

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