China Publishes Translation of NIPCC Reports: Maurice Strong’s White Cat Asphyxiates

Posted: June 12, 2013 by tallbloke in Analysis, books, climate, data, humour, Uncertainty

From H/T Benny Peiser

evil-catBreitbart News can exclusively report on Tuesday night that the Chinese Academy of Sciences has translated and published a Chinese edition of two massive climate change volumes originally published by The Heartland Institute in 2009 and 2011.

The volumes, Climate Change Reconsidered and Climate Change Reconsidered: 2011 Interim Report, are chock full of 1,200 pages of peer-reviewed data concerning the veracity of anthropogenic climate change. Together, they represent the most comprehensive rebuttal of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change findings, which have been the basis of the climate change legislation movement across the planet.

A December 2012 UN meeting designed to provide climate change regulations ended in failure after China refused to sign a global climate change treaty. China was joined by the United States, as well as Canada, India, Japan, Russia, and Brazil. “Opposition to a new climate treaty is justified based upon the real science presented in Climate Change Reconsidered,” explains Heartland Institute President Joseph Bast.

While some critics have charged that China may be fostering research on climate change that facilitates its political positions, Lakely pointed out, “China doesn’t need an excuse. The country can (and is) doing what it thinks is in its best interests — as are many countries in the developed and developing world.”

The New York Times noted this week that global CO2 emissions have “accumulated in the atmosphere at a record pace” over the last 15 years, but global temperatures have remained flat. The Times notes “the slowdown is a bit of a mystery to climate scientists,” but Lakely said, “it becomes less mysterious when one reads Climate Change Reconsidered. The timing for CAS publishing its translation could hardly be better for the advancement of climate science understanding.”

  1. J Martin says:

    Now they need to put sub titles on the Professor Murry Salby youtube lecture and that will be game over. I wonder what the email address is for Chinese Academy of Sciences, I’d be so tempted to email them and suggest they watch it.

  2. Lars P. says:

    Interesting, I think my pc is getting some kind of skeptic of NY Times articles, everytime I open a link at NY Times the disk is starting to play crazy tam-tam loudly. It does not happen on any skeptic sites 🙂

  3. björn from sweden says:

    In the Bond movie “quantum of solace” Maurice Strong and the WWF served as inspiration for the Canadian script-writer who wrote the film. Initially the villan was named Maurice Green. When filming they changed the name to Dominic Green. The movie is very good, and has lots of schemes from real world CIA-type operations in it.