February 02, 2007 04:00 ET
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Feb. 2, 2007) - An independent summary of the latest United Nations report on climate change will be released Monday, 5th February in London, England by The Fraser Institute, a well-known Canadian think tank.
The Independent Summary for Policymakers (ISPM) is a detailed and balanced overview of the science section of the 2007 UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report.
During past releases of the IPCC report, public attention focused on the accompanying IPCC Summary for Policymakers. This is a brief document produced through negotiation by government bureaucrats. It is neither written by nor reviewed by the scientific community and has been criticized for its promotional tone and failure to adequately communicate the complexity and uncertainty of the underlying science around climate change.
By contrast, the Fraser Institute's Independent Summary for Policymakers is prepared by qualified experts in fields related to climate science and has been reviewed by more than 50 scientists around the world. It clearly lays out the current state of climate change knowledge as expressed in the IPCC report and provides specific citations to the chapters and sections of the IPCC report so readers can easily find what scientists have to say on the wide range of issues.
Please join noted climate researcher Dr. Ross McKitrick as well as Dr. Andrei Illarionov, former advisor to Russian President Vladimir Putin, Professor David Henderson, former head of Economics and Statistics at the OECD, David Bellamy, noted environmentalist, and several of the 10 co-authors for the global launch and presentation of the Fraser Institute's Independent Summary for Policymakers.
Date: Monday, 5th February, 2007
Time: 10 a.m.
Location: The Atrium Restaurant (across from the Houses of Parliament) Four Millbank Westminster
The Fraser InstituteDean PelkeyAssociate Director of Communications001-604-714-4582 (from UK)Email: email@example.comWebsite: www.fraserinstitute.ca
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