Canadian journalist Donna Laframboise. Former National Post & Toronto Star columnist, past vice president of the Canadian Civil Liberties Association. New posts: Mondays & Wednesdays.
I’m currently on a writing retreat, working hard on my upcoming book, Decoding the Climate Bible: Almost Nothing You’ve Heard About the UN’s Uber Report is True.
Until mid-August, therefore, this blog will be on hiatus. To those of you in the Northern hemisphere – enjoy your summer. To my friends in Australia, New Zealand, and other southerly locales, may winter treat you kindly.
Until we meet again, below are some of the submissions to the body currently examining the manner in which the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) conducts itself.
Keep in mind when you read these that the public has long been told that the IPCC’s findings should be trusted because it is a paragon of virtue. We’ve been told its approach is rigorous, transparent, robust, and inclusive (see quote at bottom of p.7 of PDF). We’ve been told it employs a meticulous “peer-reviewed process.” Indeed, according to its chairman, no one can imagine a better way of doing things since the IPCC’s modus operandi is unparalleled on the planet.
Among those persons who beg to differ are:
See all my IPCC-related blog posts here