Hack the Planet
The lead climate negotiator for oil-rich Saudi Arabia is making a big deal out of a batch of internal e-mails obtained from a climate research institute by a hacker, saying they will have a “huge impact” at next week’s U.N. global warming summit in Copenhagen. –JCL
Wait, before you go…
E-mails hacked from a climate research institute suggest climate change does not have a human cause, according to Saudi Arabia’s lead climate negotiator.
Mohammad Al-Sabban told BBC News that the issue will have a “huge impact” on next week’s UN climate summit, with countries unwilling to cut emissions.
Other scientists say the e-mails from the University of East Anglia do not alter the picture of man-made warming.
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