Dan Wootton slams the UN’s climate change warning as “hysterical” and “provocative.”
DAN WOOTTON slammed the UN, accusing it of making “hysterical” climate change projections and using “purposefully offensive” language.
The presenter of GB News slammed the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, accusing the UN of adopting language “intended to instill fear.” According to the IPCC assessment, the world is facing a “code red” climate emergency.
On Monday, 195 member states ratified the latest findings, which were then released.
One of the most ominous warnings concerning the climate problem is included in this paper.
The study was clear about the significance of comprehending the evolution of climate change, using language like “irreversible.”
“Of course, we must conserve our natural world,” Mr Wootton added.
“We have been doing just that in the UK, putting up the most environmentally friendly program in the developed world.
“We shall keep doing our part. Over the next decade, to rescue the environment at a far higher rate.
“The hysterical and purposefully provocative terminology coming from the United Nations today via the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, such as “code red,” which is intended to instill panic, particularly among young people.
“This is directly out of the playbook of the United Nations.”
The research cautioned that limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius in the next 20 years would be “out of reach” unless urgent and large-scale environmental initiatives were made.
The United Kingdom is a global leader in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, and Scotland will host the United Nations Climate Conference this autumn.
Boris Johnson has outlined bold goals to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 78 percent by 2035 compared to 1990 levels.
The United States, on the other hand, wants to cut its 2005 emissions in half by 2030.