Climate inaction, illustrated

When in doubt, mumble …

When in doubt, mumble … 

More from my notebook …


  • No, I think that article remains fundamentally correct in its 2 main points — that accusations of “IPCC corruption” are misdirected, and that the IPCC’s processes have a conservatising effect on its reports, so that they are not a good guide to policy.

    Six years later, I’d now point out that even the conservative IPCC is being forced by reality and science to reach ever more radical conclusions, as the recently leaked draft of its next report shows. That in turn is leading opponents of change, in government and business, to accelerate their efforts to obfuscate the public interpretation of science — and that’s what the cartoon says.