'Mindless bangings of the drum by Christian outfits over the perils of climate change.'
Craig Sorley, Care of Creation Director for Kenya, explains, "Farmers in the past, when I was a young man, always say the rains were so predictable. And now the rains have become very unpredictable. A native Kenyan farmer, Margaret, says, "It used to rain in January. But now the rain has changed. It doesn’t come in January. Now it comes in February." - - But data say otherwise.
'A devastating critique of world's leading scientific organisation by one of its Fellows'
'The Royal Society's motto is 'Nullius in verba' or don't take another's word
It is the world's first scientific organisation in the world
Prof Michael Kelly fears that on climate change, it is ignoring the science'
'During this time we have witnessed a near-complete shutting down of open scientific debate, militant hostility to any questioning of the claims or assertions of the IPCC, and the zealous promulgation of costly and irrational energy policies with inadequate regard for the balancing of human costs and benefits.'
Pachauri's resignation letter on religion: 'For me the protection of Planet Earth, the survival of all species and sustainability of our ecosystems is more than a mission. It is my religion and my dharma.'
UN IPCC critic Journalist Donna Laframboise responds: 'Yes, the IPCC – which we’re told to take seriously because it is a scientific body producing scientific reports – has, in fact, been led by an environmentalist on a mission. By someone for whom protecting the planet is a religious calling.'