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NIPCC Report- Breaking the IPCC Monopoly

It is with great excitement that I publish information on the Non-Governmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) Report. I encourage people interested in being informed on the climate debate topic and turning the tide of activist alarmism to check out this report and communicate it as widely as possible via your own blogs and other channels.

The United Nations’ IPCC has been a politically motivated monopoly involved in shaping and aligning the climate debate with a pre-judgment for human-driven climate via CO2 for over two decades. By focussing only on the theory of human-driven climate change while ignoring other evidence, they have tainted the state of public understanding of this issue. This has brought us to dangerous political decision points (ex: possible enactment of carbon trading schemes) in the US that could wreak havoc on our economy and lifestyle while providing no tangible benefits.

Here’s a brief report summary:

“Nature, Not Human Activity, Rules the Planet is the Policymakers Summary of the Nongovernmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC), an international coalition of scientists convened to provide an independent examination of the evidence available on the causes and consequences of climate change in the published, peer-reviewed literature.”

Check out this important new piece of open climate debate and spread the word:

Non-Governmental International Panel on Climate Change (NIPCC) Report


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