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IPPC Uses Greenpeace To Write It ‘Impartial’ Report On Climate Change

“COMPREHENSIVENESS, objectivity, openness and transparency” are the principles governing IPCC work, according to the organisation’s very own website, which then sets out in detail the principles and procedures of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), writes Richard North.

Clearly, the use of Greenpeace and the trade association umbrella group, the European Renewable Energy Council (EREC), to co-author the latest IPCC renewables and mitigation report breaches every known concept of “objectivity”, with lead author Dr Sven Teske, an employee of Greenpeace International, referred to no less than seventy times in the report.

Quickly picked up by the blogosphere, the issue has quickly broken into the MSM, with The Mail and The Independent crawling all over what is such an egregious example of the IPCC ignoring its own principles.

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Posted: 17th, June 2011 | In: Reviews | Comment (1)