Monday, 31 March 2014

The warmist Guardian on the new IPCC report: "The hellish monotony of 25 years of IPCC climate change warnings"

Today the IPCC's latest scare report gets its usual share of publicity in the mainstream media. But even The Guardian, one of the main bastions of the global warming religion, admits that we have heard it before:

The hellish monotony of 25 years of IPCC climate change warnings

The latest blockbuster United Nations report on the impacts of climate change makes dire reading, just as the first one did almost a quarter of a century ago.--

There will likely be more floods, more droughts and more intense heatwaves, says the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
As human emissions of greenhouse gases continue to rise, natural ecosystems come under extreme stress with "significant" knock-on effects for societies.
"Changes in the availability of food, fuel, medicine, construction materials and income are possible as these ecosystems are changed," says the report.
But in the words of that great British band The Smiths, you can now stop me if you think you've heard this one before.
That's because all of the above comes not from today's blockbuster IPCC report on the impacts of climate change, but from the first one started in 1988 and published in 1990.

Fortunately, the new IPCC scare report will soon be forgotten - just as its predecessors - and responsible authorities and organizations will be able to concentrate on solving real environmental problems ...

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