The signatories from across the world are members of the Global Climate Intelligence Group (GCIG), an affiliate of the Climate Intelligence Foundation, a think tank operating in the fields of climate change and policy.
The members of GCIG, consisting of experts in climate science, policy and other related fields, believe that the climate discourse is a misinterpretation of data and the undue influence of media hysteria. They aim to present an alternative perspective on climate change and its perceived urgency. (Related: CCP proves ‘climate’ fight not really about climate.)
According to the members of the GCIG, historical geological records demonstrate that the planet has undergone different natural cycles of both warm and cold phases throughout its existence, including the recent end of the Little Ice Age from the 13th to the 19th century. With that, the declaration contends that natural factors rather than exclusively human activities contribute to shaping the natural Earth patterns.
They also point out the claim that the pace of global warming is slower than previously predicted by climate models. This discrepancy between real-world observations and model predictions underscores the complexity of climate science and the challenges in understanding the intricacies of climate change.
The declaration further criticizes the reliance on climate models as a basis for policy decisions. These models have inherent shortcomings and often exaggerate the effects of greenhouse gases while neglecting the positive aspects of factors such as increased atmospheric CO2. They contend that CO2 is not a pollutant but rather an essential component of the ecosystem, essential for plant growth and global plant biomass.
Contrary to the claims of climate scientists, the GCIG members argue that there is no solid statistical evidence linking increased global warming to more intense or frequent hurricanes, floods and droughts. Instead, the signatories suggest that the focus should shift towards adaptation rather than drastic mitigation measures.
According to the signatories, the measures aimed at mitigating CO2 emissions have proven detrimental without delivering proportional benefits. They suggest that these efforts could result in significant economic losses while having little effect on the climate.
Clauser, a renowned physicist who recently joined the campaign against climate emergency, was supposed to make a presentation at an International Monetary Fund (IMF) seminar on July 27.
But according to the Co2 Coalition, the seminar was called off after an email from IMF Independent Evaluation Office Director Pablo Moreno, the Director of the Independent Evaluation Office of IMF stated that Clauser's presentation had been "postponed." This decision followed the recent comments of Clauser disputing the existence of a climate crisis during a speech at Quantum Korea 2023, an international conference focusing on quantum ecosystem innovations.
"I don't believe there is a climate crisis," Clauser boldly proclaimed during his speech in Seoul. "The world we live in today is filled with misinformation. It is up to each of you to serve as judges, distinguishing truth from falsehood based on accurate observations of phenomena."
These statements echoed previous sentiments expressed by Clauser, where he had opined that there is no "real climate crisis" but rather an energy crisis exacerbated by what he believed was incorrect climate science.
Dr. William Harper, a founder of the Co2 Coalition, condemned the IMF's decision to cancel the seminar, labeling it a "disgrace" and a suppression of academic freedom. "It's a sad day when a distinguished scientist like Dr. Clauser is silenced because his views challenge the mainstream narrative," Harper said in a statement to Newsweek.
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