Fred Krupp on NBC News: “Terrific” that Obama is Going to Copenhagen

President Obama announced last Wednesday that he will attend the international climate talks in Copenhagen — and that in the context of an overall international agreement that includes commitments from China and other emerging economies, he is prepared to put on the table a U.S. emissions reduction target in the range of 17 percent below 2005 levels in 2020.

For those of you who were traveling, cooking, or turkey-shopping that night and missed the evening newscasts, here’s EDF’s president Fred Krupp talking about the announcement on NBC Nightly News.

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  1. astroknott
    Posted November 30, 2009 at 6:23 pm | Permalink

    I would strongly suggest reading this.

    The key quote that jumped out at me was.

    “Legitimate scientists do not doctor data, delete data they don’t like, hide data they don’t want seen, hijack the peer review process, personally attack other scientists whose views differ from theirs, send fraudulent data to the IPCC that is used to perpetuate the greatest hoax in the history of science, provide false data to further legislation on climate change that will result in huge profits for corrupt lobbyists and politicians, and tell outright lies about scientific data.”

    Please would you guys at least address this issue and stop ignoring it, hoping it will just go away.

    This so-called climategate scandal is not a minor thing. This is HUGE and should be dealt with.