Sunday, 17 January 2010

What is this guy still up to?

A new article in the Telegraph today about Dr Rajendra Pachauri, chairman of the IPCC. This is connected to a previous blog that you can read here.

The Headline reads;

Taxpayers' millions paid to Indian institute run by UN climate chief

Millions of pounds of British taxpayers' money is being paid to an organisation in India run by Dr Rajendra Pachauri, the controversial chairman of the UN climate change panel, despite growing concern over its accounts.

A quote from the article;

The decision by DfID to fund Dr Pachauri's institute, based in Delhi, will add to growing concern over allegations of conflict of interest with critics accusing Dr Pachauri and TERI of gaining financially from policies which are formulated as a result of the work he carries out as IPCC chairman – a suggestion he strongly denies.

Not only has Dr Pachauri and TERI taken jobs from the UK (Teeside) we, the taxpayer, are even paying him. Maybe it is to find more ways to brainwash the country.

He has interests in so many businesses and countries right now, how can he deny that there isn't a conflict of interest.

Another quote asks the same question;

But Lord Lawson, the former Chancellor who now chairs the Global Warming Policy Foundation, a think tank which challenges the prevailing scientific view on climate change, said: "It is now a wholly legitimate concern to ask questions about possible conflicts of interests. The IPCC is a very influential body and he is obviously very involved in its leadership."

There is definitely something going on here.

I believe Dr Pachauri, and TERI, are building themselves up to be a huge player in this carbon trading scam. Look at Al Gore, he has his hands in carbon trading companies and is trying his hardest to help get the carbon trading bill passed the the USA.

There is an additional article here that is worth reading.

The headline reads;

The curious case of the expanding environmental group with falling income

When Douglas Alexander travelled to New Delhi last September to announce Britain was presenting £10 million to the Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), standing alongside him was an imposing, bearded figure.

It definitely makes me very curious about what their end game is.

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