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“Wadhams says this only underlines the “very conservative” views of the body, which has far too many government scientists who are “in the business of really generating complacency”. He even has doubts about how much value there is in today’s IPCC assessment reports, which he thinks have become too big to be widely useful.”

Willy De Backer‘s insight:

One of the best articles of the last years about the impact, process, controversies and conservatism of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, one month before the release of its first new assessment.

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