The senators felt that all the money would to go other countries in the name of so-called ‘climate impacts’ for no real good reason. They wrote:
In addition, several of the findings of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concerning the eventual impacts of climate change in developing countries were found to be exaggerated or simply not true. We understand that reforms of the IPCC process are currently underway and we believe that no American taxpayer dollars should be committed to a global climate fund based on information that is not accurate.
Michael Mann started off,
“This is a dishonest climate change denier myth,…”
He then went on to say that errors in the IPCC reports are not important because they are not in the summary for policy makers. I think he reads a specially printed version which only he has access to. He should read more.
One wonder what the senators will think of scientists like Michael Mann equating them to liars and ‘deniers’. Incidentally, Pennsylvania State University (PSU) has more sensible advice in handing out money for good causes.