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- Report: ‘Here’s what to expect from the latest UN climate change assessment’ – ‘Likely to feature…bold headlines’
Politico: UN ‘Shitshow’: ‘Scientists & green campaigners…upset’ that IPCC climate ‘science’ report delayed – ‘Missed the opportunity to add impetus’ to Nov 2022 Egypt summit
Politico: The final installment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) sixth major assessment of the state of the climate — due to be released Monday — was originally scheduled to land in October 2022. But the report's publication was delayed, a move the IPCC at the time blamed on "operational reasons." The delay upset countries, scientists and green campaigners who had counted on having the report in hand going into global U.N. climate talks in Egypt in November. ...
Delegates at the September meeting bemoaned the fact that the so-called “synthesis report” — which pulls together findings from three previous chapters on the physical changes, global impacts and mitigation of global warming — would miss the opportunity to add impetus to the discussions at the COP27.
Climate Depot's Marc Morano: There is public anger over the UN IPCC's so-called 'science' report being delayed for months and not available to be used for political purposes during the UN climate summit in Egypt in November 2022. Kudos to Politico for correctly characterizing the UN climate process as a 'shitshow.' This is more evidence that these UN IPCC climate reports are nothing but political lobbying reports designed to influence politicians and the public, not present unbiased science. Note: Climate Depot's Morano attended that Egypt summit in person. See Nov 2022: Watch: Morano’s 40 min. report from the UN climate summit in Egypt on Climate Trace, Great Reset, WHO, Reparations, & Hypocrisy
& 2019: Morano testifies to Congress on how UN reports are ‘authoritative propaganda’ - Morano: "I have attended nearly every United Nations environmental summit since 2002, including the Earth Summits in Johannesburg South Africa and Rio in Brazil. I publicly debated the UN IPCC chief Rajendra Pachauri at the 2006 UN climate summit in Nairobi Kenya. I have conducted interviews with UN IPCC scientists and documented how the UN twists and hypes and distorts science in order to push a political agenda."
Media hyped study claims Arctic Ice Seeing ‘Irreversible’ Thinning Since 2007 – Reality Check: Arctic ice now thicker than 15 years ago & same thickness as 1958
Tony Heller: The ice at the North Pole is thicker now than it was 15 years ago, and in fact, the ice is the same thickness now as it was in 1958. New York Times October 19 1958. ... In 1958 Arctic sea ice was about two meters thick and now 65 years later Arctic sea ice is still about two meters thick Arctic sea ice is not disappearing and in fact is the same thickness it was" in 1958.
‘I have made climate one of my top priorities’: Navy secretary cited ‘climate change’ as top priority as Biden proposes shrinking the fleet
Secretary of the Navy Carlos Del Toro: "As the Secretary of the Navy, I can tell you that I have made climate one of my top priorities since the first day I came into office," said March 1 in remarks at the University of the Bahamas. "The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps team has been working on climate and energy security for a long time," he said. "And we are accelerating and broadening those efforts." "We view the climate crisis much the same way as damage control efforts on a stricken ship. This is an all-hands-on-deck moment," he added. ... This year, the Biden budget called for the decommissioning of 11 ships and the construction of just nine ships, for a net loss of two vessels.
US Navy to Hold Table-Top Climate Change War Game
WATCH: Morano on Rebel TV talking about how the U.S. Navy deems climate change as ‘existential threat’ and ‘focal point’ of current operations
Biden’s Navy Secretary: The ‘Existential Threat’ Is Climate Change – Sec. Del Toro in 32-page report claims climate is ‘the focal point’ for his tenure as Navy SecretaryOct. 2022: Army Releases New Plan to ‘Mitigate’ Climate Change – Defense Sec Austin: The U.S. Army needs to ‘immediately take appropriate policy actions to prioritize climate change’