April 11, 2010

Caribbean water shortage requires regional response strategy

Before last December’s climate change conference in Copenhagen, global public opinion was clearly supportive of an internationally agreed initiative to address the man-made aspects of global warming; now it is more divided.

The failure of the conference to reach a binding agreement; revelations that the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change had disseminated inaccurate information, and the worrying evangelical fervour of some scientists, NGOs and others on the issue, have led a sceptical public to become less certain as to whether global warming is caused by human activity or factors beyond man’s control.

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