Professor John Schellnhuber has been the European version of James Hansen for some time and was at one time research director for the UK Tyndall Center. He founded the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research at the end of 1992, as money came on-stream following the Rio conference on sustainability, which spawned Agenda 21. He reveals his one world aims at this Renewable Energy Finance seminar of the “bank-run Frankfurt School of Finance, attended mostly by representatives of the solar and wind branches, as well as lawyers — for an entrance fee of 500 euros each”.
He heads the German Chancellor’s “de-industrialisaton council”, which speaks volumes.
In response to a question about sharp Argentine and Brazilian government attacks on ecologist positions, Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, head of the German Chancellor’s deindustrialization council, WBGU, said in Frankfurt yesterday that, unfortunately, the global climate problems cannot be solved globally, because, for that one needs to have a global government, which does not exist. He said that he very much regrets that it does not exist.
But he is trying….