Watch: Morano slams ‘lobbying’ of UN IPCC & National Climate Assessment climate reports at PA House hearing


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Testifying before the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, investigative journalist Marc Morano responds to claims the UN IPCC is unbiased: “This is an organization that has been accurately called a political body masquerading as a science institution.”
Public Hearing on Pennsylvania CO2 and Climate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee Pennsylvania House of Representatives
October 28, 2019
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Past UN IPCC chair, Rajendra Pachauri, declared “global warming is my religion.” Ottmar Edenhofer, former co-chair of the IPCC’s Working Group III, and a lead author of the IPCC’s Fourth Assessment Report in 2007 explains the UN agenda.
Climatologist John Christy of the University of Alabama in Huntsville was a lead author on the 2001 UN IPCC report. Christy explained how his colleagues were telegraphing the science to support politics. “I was at the table with three Europeans, and we were having lunch. And they were talking about their role as lead authors. And they were talking about how they were trying to make the report so dramatic that the United States would just have to sign that Kyoto Protocol.”59
Top United Nations officials apparently know years in advance that each UN climate report will be more alarming—an exercise in making the science fit their political agenda. In 2010, AFP reported that Robert Orr, UN undersecretary general for planning, had declared that the “next Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report on global warming will be much worse than the last one.”
In 2017, the IPCC, realizing how damaging these slips of the tongue from UN officials could be to public support, attempted to dismiss this Orr’s comments, saying that Orr “was UN Under Secretary-General, not working
with IPCC.”
The then-head of the IPCC, Pachauri, making very similar comments in 2009, a full four years ahead of the next report? “When the IPCC’s fifth assessment comes out in 2013 or 2014, there will be a major revival of interest in action
that has to be taken. People are going to say, ‘My God, we are going to have to take action much faster than we had planned.’”
Pachauri told the BBC in 2013, “I hope that [the report] will reassure everyone that human influence is having a major impact on the Earth’s climate.”
It does not stop there. In 2012, a year before the report came out, former UN climate chief Yvo de Boer announced that the next IPCC report “is going to scare the wits out of everyone.” He added, “I’m confident those scientific findings will create new political momentum.”
Australia’s the Age newspaper reported that de Boer believes the scary IPCC report “should provide the impetus needed for the world to finally sign an agreement to tackle global warming.”