The E.U’s climate supremo, Christina Figueres believes she has identified the reason the public aren’t buying into the alarmist narrative: She thinks it’s a communications problem. She’s well insulated from the truth by a commissariat that airbrushes out all contrarian scientific points of view and presents reports for her to read which gloss over the fact that very little in the way of global warming has been happening for the last 17 years , and that observations no longer fall within the range of model outputs. The public are better informed than she is. That’s the real reason for the steady decline in the public’s belief in patched-up and threadbare climate theory. A recent E.U. survey shows that the percentage of people in western Europe (Sweden and Denmark excepted) who regard ‘climate change’ as a major issue has in fact slumped over the last two years. Some quotes from her latest speechifying, as reported by The Independent:
“It is extremely difficult for scientists to speak in a way that policymakers can understand them. Just like it is extremely difficult for delegates of the UNFCCC to speak in a language that anybody on the street understands,” said Ms Figueres, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).