U.N. Agenda 21 & Climate Change: The Consensus Exposed (U.N. Agenda 21 / Future Earth) (Volume 1)
In this reference volume, the Minority Staff of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works examine key documents and emails from the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit (CRU).
This volume is the actual text from the government's Minority Report and is designed for individuals and research institutions desiring a perfect bound copy.
- The emails were written by the world's top climate scientists, who work at the most prestigious and influential climate research institutions in the world.
- Many of them were lead authors and coordinating lead authors of UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reports, meaning that they had been intimately involved in writing and editing the IPCC's science assessments. They also helped write reports by the United States Global Change Research Program (USGCRP).
- The CRU controversy and recent revelations about errors in the IPCC's most recent science assessment cast serious doubt on the validity of EPA's endangerment finding for greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act. The IPCC serves as the primary basis for EPA's endangerment finding for greenhouse gases.
- The CRU documents and emails reveal, among other things, unethical and potentially illegal behavior by some of the world's preeminent climate scientists.
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