The Chinese 'get it' on climate change

The blogsite IceCap includes a fascinating article by a Mr. Li Xing published in China Daily under the headline "Do three errors mean breaking point for IPCC?".  Mr. Li recounts his attendance at the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen.  He writes of attending a panel featuring various skeptics concerning work done by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). He came away particularly impressed by a talk given by Dr Fred Singer, atmospheric physicist and founding director of the US Weather Satellite Service, who, as Li reports, "challenged the IPCC findings with his research data." Li tells of meeting with IPCC chairman Dr Rajendra Pachauri and others about skeptic views and seeing those views brushed aside without serious appraisal.  He also inquired why IPCC reports included very little data from Chinese researchers. China is not a small country. Its landmass spans several climate zones and includes the...(Read Full Post)