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IPCC vice chair: Consensus process too slow, wrongly conservative — new report may be last mega-report

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IPCC vice chair: Consensus process too slow, wrongly conservative — new report may be last mega-report

http://junkscience.com/2013/09/28/ipcc-vice-chair-consensus-process-too-slow-wrongly-conservative-new-report-may-be-last-mega-report/

The New Straits Times reports: Jean Jouzel, a French scientist who is vice-chairman of the group that issued Friday’s report, said that though the technical text was authored by scientists, “it is the adoption of the summary which gives the IPCC its success, and enables it (the summary) to be used by governments”. But some […]

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