BBC says on paper global warming is no longer a sure thing. It remains to be seen if that statement will change an entire BBC culture.
- The damning emails were eventually released elsewhere. Their meaning if not their existence continues to be ignored by BBC and others.
- (As per local observer, we'll believe it when we see it.)
- even though he had been in possession of them for some time.
Climate change sceptics have also accused the BBC of not properly reporting “Glaciergate”, when a study from the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) saying that glaciers would melt by 2035 was discredited.
But the BBC’s new editorial guidelines, published yesterday after an extensive consultation that considered over 1,600 submissions by members of the public,
- say expressly for the first time that scientific issues fall within the corporation’s obligation to be impartial.
“The BBC must be inclusive, consider the broad perspective, and ensure that the existence of a range of views is appropriately reflected,” said BBC trustee Alison Hastings....
- However James Delingpole, a prominent climate change sceptic, yesterday said that he predicted little movement in the BBC’s environmental stories.
- “It’s highly unlikely that they’ll be more balanced in their coverage,” he said.
“It’s a whole cultural thing at the BBC – that people who don’t believe are just ‘flat earthers’. Whenever they invite dissenters like me on to debates, they surround us with ‘warmists’. On Any Questions, for example, Jonathan Dimbleby does his best to be impartial, but this is a man with a wind turbine in his garden.” ...
- 3 years ago, 'belief' in global warming was deemed superior by the BBC. That is no longer the case at least on paper:
(continuing, Telegraph): In 2007, a BBC Trust report called Safeguarding Impartiality in the 21st Century said: “Climate change is another subject where dissenters can be unpopular … The BBC has held a high-level seminar with some of the best scientific experts, and has come to the view that the
- weight of evidence
no longer justifies equal space being given to the opponents of the consensus.
But these dissenters (or even sceptics) will still be heard, as they should, because it is not the BBC’s role to close down this debate.”...
- (Global warming does not exist, but has succeeded by being patient, going door to door for many years. And by ridiculing anyone who dared question the idea. Organized crime and others have already made billions with trillions waiting. Why quit now?)
10/14/10, "Is climate change activism dead?" Telegraph UK, by Louise Gray
- (No, it's doing what it always did, shaking down local businesses and governments with the help of select politicians. Trillions of dollars await). ed.
"It is only now that the various factions have had time to re-group and develop a ‘post-Copenhagen’ strategy.
The general theory seems to be that it was a mistake to focus on Copenhagen as a goal in itself. Instead activists are looking at the much slower and more arduous process of changing minds and lifestyles in the long term. This has meant going back to the grassroots and working with local groups
- to lobby regional government and business.
Movements like Transition Towns have transformed local areas, while Christian groups and the Women’s Institute have quietly got on with installing solar panels on churches and teaching families how to make compost....
- carefully targeting the board rooms and oil rigs where the decisions are being made.
But this does not mean the anger has gone. In fact it is as militant as ever. Most protestors are focusing on colourful and creative ways of getting their voices heard, although there are concerns about the scale of the protests in Mexico, where there is a history of police violence.
- Without the climate scam, many in the UK would be out of a job. The average person knows it's a fraud now, but too late. The politicians are all in the tank for it, the city of London's existence depends on the success of carbon trading: "Gordon Brown, who sees the carbon market as key to the global response to climate change,
- and to the economic fortunes of the City of London.
10/13/10, From Nature Magazine, "US midterm elections: A chilly season for climate crusaders," Nature.com News, Macmillan Publishing.
- This publication will never change. Many there would be out of a job if they admitted global warming was a hoax. They still refer to the existence of catastrophic man made global warming as proven by
- "the science."
There is no independently confirmed "scientific proof" of global warming. What 'proof' they come up with is continually disproved. People and institutions who claim its existence would be out of jobs and millions of dollars in government funding if they said global warming didn't exist. Many scientists repeatedly refute the claims. The global warming industry
- simply ignores them.
- UN grifters in their unquestioned role as worldwide tax collector. Many acknowledge much has been wasted but no one has done anything about it until recently. Ironically, environmental groups are leading the way against climate fraud at the UN and elsewhere.
- they actually rose at an increasing rate under its watch, three times faster in the early 2000s than during the 1990s –
- worth tens of billions of dollars a year."...
- "Cost of the corruption of climate science by the Intergovernmental Panel On Climate
Change(IPCC) is likely a trillion dollars already and there is no measure of the
- lives lost because of unnecessary reactions like biofuels affecting food supplies.
- This scam was up and running long before 'the science' was tapped to put its stamp of approval on it.
via Climate Depot