Prof Ray Bates of the Meteorology and Climate Centre at University College Dublin: The UN IPCC's 'SR1.5 report does not merit being regarded by policymakers as a scientifically rigorous document.' “There is much recent observational and scientific evidence that the IPCC report has failed to include and which supports a more considered mitigation strategy than the extreme and unrealistic measures called for in the SR1.5 report."
Dr. Edward Walsh, the Founding President of the University of Limerick and former chairman of Ireland’s National Council for Science, Technology and Innovation said: "Policymakers should carefully reflect on the significant deficiencies (of the UN IPCC report) identified in the report before considering implementing its recommendations.”
“What bothers me about this topic is just how accepted this is to the public,” Walt Cunningham said. “They just believe what they are told by public officials and they don’t realize that if you look at the data it shows there are hundreds of different factors that contribute to temperature.”
“The green vision of the U.N. is one of a planet that is about to be burned up and destroyed,” CFACT's Craig Rucker said. “They view the world as finite pie one where every piece that is eaten leaves one less for another person down the road.”
Morano warned audience members that the U.N. is not interested in sound science and it is pushing a policy agenda that is detrimental to average people.“CO 2 is not the control knob for climate, and we’ve had higher CO 2 levels in the past,” Morano said. “The U.N. will say that it draws from top scientists, but the U.N. climate panel is really a political body posing as a scientific institution. What they really care about is controlling people.”