Posted 13 November 2017
"Governments that signed the Paris Cimate Agreement and committed to making payments to the Green Climate Fund have done so at their own peril. The absence of key data, methods of calculation and key threshholds regarding future temperature means that potential for further financial liabilities is very significant....I suggest that few, if any, countries undertook due diligence before committing to this agreement. I don't mean about the science, which to me is still contentious, but about the aims, details and terms of the agreement. Not to do so has likely exposed them to future problems." Melbourne climate analyst John McLean, posting at the Global Warming Policy Foundation website.
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