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Climate Scientists Release Climate Report To Counter ‘Alarmist’ UN Claims

Michael Bastasch – Daily Caller – April 01, 2014

A group of scientists and climate experts has released a counterpoint to the United Nations’ most recent climate report.

The UN claims that global warming will harm human livelihood and ecosystems worldwide.

But researchers with the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) argue that humans only have negligible impact on global climate and that “any warming that may occur as a result of human carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gas emissions is likely to have little effect on global temperatures, the cryosphere (ice-covered areas), hydrosphere (oceans, lakes, and rivers), or weather.”

The NIPCC’s report comes on the heels of the latest installment of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s climate report which claims that in “recent decades, changes in climate have caused impacts on natural and human systems on all continents and across the oceans.”

“Evidence of [man-made] climate-change impacts is strongest and most comprehensive for natural systems,” IPCC noted. “Some impacts on human systems have also been attributed to climate change, with a major or minor contribution of climate change distinguishable from other influences.”

The IPCC’s latest climate report has been seen as further proof that governments need to take immediate action. The IPCC prescribes cutting fossil fuel production and consumption to limit carbon dioxide emissions which they argue causes the Earth to warm. The IPCC says that the planet could warm between 1.5 degrees Celsius and 4.5 degrees Celsius within the next century.

But the NIPCC is skeptical of claims made by the UN climate bureaucracy. The group’s report “describes thousands of peer-reviewed scientific journal articles that do not support, and often flatly contradict, IPCC’s pessimistic narrative of ‘death, injury, and disrupted livelihoods.’”  Continue reading here…..


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