HARRIS: Restoring facts to climate science

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“In contrast, the authors and contributors to the NIPCC publications represent independent and often senior scientists who are beholden to no one, and have no political agenda to pursue. NIPCC presents the science as it is, not as it can be spun,” Mr. Carter continues. “In particular, NIPCC volumes contain descriptions of hundreds of papers that argue against the occurrence of dangerous human-caused global warming and which have gone unreported or under-reported by the IPCC.”

The original mandate of the International Panel on Climate Change sounds balanced: “to assess scientific, technical and socio-economic information relating to climate change.” In reality, it has become one of the world’s strongest advocates of climate alarmism. Until it is replaced with less biased bodies outside of U.N. control, the NIPCC reports are essential reading for anyone who wants to promote policies that actually benefit society and the environment.

Tom Harris is executive director of the Ottawa, Canada-based International Climate Science Coalition.

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