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Agents Of Climate Change: Who’s Who In The Global Warming Business

by | 8th, November 2007

ASKS the BBC: “Is climate change underestimated?

“Have climate scientists failed to tell us how bad the situation is to avoid being branded ‘alarmists’? Is climate induced instability the greatest threat to international security in the next 30 years?”

Well…

“A joint study by the Center for a New American Security and the Center for Strategic and International Studies says that is the case. It suggests there will be more migration, disease and conflict.”

And so it goes. Anorak is compiling a running list of the experts who have opined on climate change:So far we have heard from:

European Environment Agency
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Center for a New American Security and the Center for Strategic and International Studies
Anorak’s Polar Bear Monitoring Service
Wrap
National Federation of Women’s Institutes
Thomasina Miers, MasterChef winner two years ago
Tread lightly
The Social Democrats (German)
United Nations Environment Programme
Bill Patzert, a climatologist
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory
US Army’s Cold Region Research and Engineering Laboratory
Circumpolar Biodiversity Monitoring Programme
Joanna Lumley, actress
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Alan Johnson, Health Secretary
Greenpeace, urges us to eat kangaroos
Clinton Global Initiative, Bill Clinton’s project
Plane Stupid
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, California
National Centre for Atmospheric Research, Colorado
James Lovelock, distinguished ecologist
David Bowman, pumpkin farmer
100 Ways To Save The World, a book
Philip Eden, weather forecaster
Hilary “greatest challenge we have ever faced as human beings” Benn, Environment Secretary
Camaron
Friends of the Earth
Green Alliance
Greenpeace
Woodland Trust
World Conservation Union
Jon Copley, Southampton University
The Marine Conservation Society



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