Letter To Philip Hammond

Paris hissy fit?


By Paul Homewood

Alex Henney has written to the Foreign Secretary, Philip Hammond, to complain about the appointment of Professor King as the UK’s climate representative to the forthcoming conference in Paris.

8th September, 2015.

Rt. Hon. Philip Hammond

Foreign Secretary

Foreign & Commonwealth Office

King Charles Street

London SW1A 2AH.

Dear Mr. Hammond,

Professor King and the Paris Conference of Parties

I write to object on several grounds to Professor King being UK climate representative at Paris.

  1. The attached paper “The scientific flaws of the Committee on Climate Change and the expensive consequences” shows there is no need for significant concern about climate change.

  1. Professor King knows very little about climate science and has a track record of naïve alarmism, if not semi hysteria:-

  • In March 2004 he warned MPs that the Antarctic had already lost 40% of its ice and that the melting of the polar ice…

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One thought on “Letter To Philip Hammond

  1. Thanks, Alex Henney, for presenting the facts boldly. AGW promoters are afraid of open debate and discussion.

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