IPCC Chief: ‘Five minutes to midnight’ for global warming

The Bangkok Post reports:

“We have five minutes before midnight,” warned Rajendra Pachauri, whose organisation will this month release the first volume of a new assessment of global warming and its impacts.

“We may utilise the gifts of nature just as we choose, but in our books the debits are always equal to the credits,” Pachauri told a conference marking the 20th anniversary of the environmental organisation Green Cross International, quoting fellow Indian Mahatma Gandhi.

“May I submit that humanity has completely ignored, disregarded and been totally indifferent to the debits?

“Today we have the knowledge to be able to map out the debits and to understand what we have done to the condition of this planet,” Pachauri said.

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4 thoughts on “IPCC Chief: ‘Five minutes to midnight’ for global warming”

  1. “”Past the point of no return?”
    We will never be past the point of AGW scam artists seeking to use global warming to wrest power and money from the rest of us.
    They will always have a new reason or new scare tactic.

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