The new rules of the IPCC

In Busan in South Korea the members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change travelled in order to adopt new rules on how they deal with scientific uncertainty in the reports they publish. Since the IPCC was established some 22 years ago, critics have said that the IPCC expressed its views on climate change by resolving scientific doubt in favour of anthropogenic climate change and by erring on the side of doom and gloom, instead of presenting a balanced view. Continue reading