Hodjanernes Blog

27 september 2013

I anledning af at eventyret IPCC’s klimarapport er udkommet i dag

Varmisterne leder febrilsk efter forklaringer på den manglende opvarmning.

CO2 medfører opvarmning af Verdenshavene, der koncentrerer energien op og derefter forsvinder i ‘sorte huller’.

Sidst skyldtes den manglende havvandstigning unaturligt store mængder nedbør i Australiens ørkner, som sugede alt vandet til sig som en stor svamp.

Det næste bliver, at politikere, forskere og medier vil forklare det med, at deres tiltag virker. De vil aldrig indrømme, at de har skræmt befolkningerne fra vid og sans, samtidig med, at de har kostet os enorme summer i fuldstændig unødvendige miljøafgifter, energiomlægninger osv.

The problem is that numerous IPCC personnel have ties to environmental groups, many of which raise funds by hyping the alleged dangers of climate change. This relationship raises a legitimate question about their objectivity.

11 december 2011

Vesten (men ikke udviklingslandene) skal kunne idømmes milliarder af dollars i ‘klima-bøder’ ved FN klimadomstol

United Nations climate envoys have proposed the creation of a global “climate court” that would be responsible for enforcing a sprawling set of rules requiring developed countries to cut emissions while compensating poorer countries in order to pay off a “historical climate debt.”

The proposals are contained in a draft document pieced together for the climate conference in Durban, South Africa. Representatives at the conference are struggling to come up with a compromise that negotiators from 194 nations can agree on.

But the draft document, one of many floating around the conference, gives a glimpse into the long-term vision some nations hold for the creation of an international legal framework on climate change.

In the bowels of the document is a provision calling for “an international climate court of justice.”

The proposal is meant to “guarantee the compliance of Annex I Parties with all the provisions of this decision.”

Annex I countries are mostly developed countries, covering the United States, Britain, Australia, Canada and much of Europe — including countries that are struggling financially such as Greece and Portugal.

The rules of the road the court would presumably enforce are based on the view that these developed countries owe developing countries a “debt” over climate change, and must provide financial aid in addition to taking major steps toward cutting emissions.

In one section, the document calls for developed countries to help poorer countries with “finance, technology and capacity building” so they can “adapt to and mitigate climate change” while helping eliminate poverty. Another section provides that developing countries should receive an amount of money equal to the amount “developed countries spend on defense, security and warfare.”

Yet the document also calls for a guaranteed end to warfare altogether — for the sake of curbing climate change.

One section, noting that “conflict-related activities emit significant greenhouse gas emissions,” calls on all parties to “cease destructive activities” like warfare — and then channel the money that would have been spent on war and other defense projects toward “a common enemy: climate change.”

The document also asserts the “rights of mother earth,” a concept that environmental activists have been pushing for.

The draft report, which strings together proposals from various working groups, quickly raised alarm among climate change skeptics.

Marc Morano, a former aide to U.N. agitator and Republican Sen. Jim Inhofe, told FoxNews.com the document shows the climate talks are intended to create more “taxing and regulatory authority.”

“This is the true U.N. agenda unmasked in this draft report,” he said. Morano now runs the ClimateDepot blog, which also reported on the draft document.

However, the idea of a climate court anytime soon — particularly one that the United States and other big carbon emitters would agree to — may be far-fetched. One environmental law expert, professor Jonathan Verschuuren at The Netherlands‘ Tilburg University, wrote in an online column that the court “will certainly not materialize.”

Instead, representatives at the Durban conference reportedly are still trying to figure out how and whether to extend the Kyoto protocol, whose emission requirements expire next year. Some industrial nations want a new agreement that would ask more of developing countries.

According to The Associated Press, the U.S. and India have backed down a bit on their objections, while China continues to put up resistance.

Fra Fox News

Læs mere på Moranos ClimateDepot

Chefen for FN’s klimapanel, jernbaneingeniøren Pachauri udtaler:

“Actually, to be honest, nobody over here [at COP 17] is paying any attention to science.”

31 januar 2010

Den personlige opvarmning

Filed under: Bøger, Evidens, FN, Greenies, Hodja, Labaner, Penge, Videnskab — Tags: , — Hodja @ 19:39

Chefen for FN’s klimapanel IPCC, jernbaneingeniøren Pachauri, har udgivet en lummer kærlighedsroman.

Just when you think things can’t get any more bizarre with the IPCC, having just learned that the IPPC 2007 report used magazine articles for references, head of the IPCC, Dr. Rajenda Pachauri, provides comedy gold. According to the UK Telegraph, he’s just released what they describe as a “smutty” romance novel, Return to Almora laced with steamy sex, lots of sex. Oh, and Shirley MacLaine.

Mere på Watts Up With That

12 januar 2010

Pengevask med mere i IPCC

A British government department, DEFRA, has paid taxpayers’ money to a British University which in turn paid it to the British subsidiary of an Indian research organisation, which in turn seems to have paid it to a New Zealand university scientist so that he could work for an international organisation based in Geneva – the IPCC.

Welcome to the bizarre world of climate change politics, where nothing is what it seems and governments indulge in behaviour which, in other circumstances, would look very much like money laundering. But, bizarre though it might appear, this is only half the story. The reality is even more convoluted – the word “bizarre” doesn’t even begin to describe it.


So, it would appear that one of the most powerful and influential men in the IPCC process, second only to Rajendra Pachauri, actually works directly for TERI India, which – like its master – has benefitted and stands further to benefit from climate alarmism.

Læs fortsættelsen på EUReferendum

IPCC formanden – jernbaneingeniøren Pachauri gik ind for CO2 nedskæringer i København

Hjemme igen i Indien tjener han fedt på CO2-udledning.

Pachauri was on boards of oil and power utilities, with large carbon footprints, and got “crores-worth” (10 million rupees – about £140,000) of business for TERI from them.

Thus does Singh note that while Pachauri had advocated emission reductions at the recently concluded Copenhagen Climate Summit, “back home in India, he seems to be failing to uphold standards of propriety in his professional dealings.”