Without U.S. funding, the United Nations climate scam program, known as the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), would likely have never gotten off the ground. The chairman of IPCC, Rajendra Pachauri, reportedly receives no annual salary from his work at the IPCC, but you know how money trickles down. See the figures below.
Pachauri is also the Director General of TERI (The Energy and Resources Institute), located in New Delhi. While the U.S. and the UK is funneling millions to TERI, India, the 3rd worst polluter in the world, contributes $0 to Pachauri’s IPCC.
USAID, the U.S. State Department and the EPA funnel money to Pachauri and TERI, outside of the millions to IPCC and the billions to the U.N. from the U.S.
In light of a plethora of embarrassing errors lies coming from his work, a closed panel had to figure out a way to allow Pachauri to keep his job. The media felt it necessary to try to make us think his job was on the line.
…the IPCC has retreated from at least 11 alarmist claims promulgated in its previous reports or by scientists prominently associated with the IPCC. The SPM also contains at least 13 misleading or untrue statements, and 11 further statements that are phrased in such a way that they mislead readers or misrepresent important aspects of the science. Source: What’s Up With That, October 2013
Don’t confuse the “Non-governmental International Panel on Climate Change” with the skunk in the room, the International Panel on Climate Change.
The latest verdict is in on ‘climate change’ – and the news is good. The planet is greening, the oceans are blooming, food production is up, animals are thriving and humans are doing better than ever: and all thanks to CO2 and global warming.
So say the authors of the latest Climate Change Reconsidered report by the NIPCC – that’s the Non-Governmental International Panel on Climate Change, an independent research body funded by the Heartland Institute. Source: Breitbart, April 2014
William at Pirate’s Cove (a great site for ‘global warming’ and ‘climate change’ truth), says the U.S. House is going after funding for federal climate change programs. He has an idea how that might effectively happen, and I’ll add that the billions we give to the United Nations should be scrutinized as well:
According to OMB [Office of Management & Budget], FY 2010 marked the third consecutive year in which U.S. contributions reached record highs. In FY 2010, they exceeded $7.691 billion — more than $1.3 billion higher than FY 2009’s record of $6.347 billion. Source: National Review Online, September 2012
The IPCC Trust Fund and Budget for 2014 calls for $1.8 million dollars for the “Secretariat” described as “staff/misc expenses,” and which includes 13 persons. There is a $250,000 expense for “Co-chairs.” Pauchari is not a “co-chair.” The total budget for the IPCC for 2014 is $9.8 billion. The 2015 budget is cut to $5.8 billion but the cost for staff/misc expenses and co-chairs remains the same.
As of December 2013, the U.S. has contributed $43.6 million USD (38.7 million Swiss Francs) specifically to the IPCC since 1989. After the U.S., Germany has contributed the most, $9.9 million USD (8 million Swiss Francs).
China, the world’s No. 1 polluter has given a total of $161,700K to the IPCC, No. 3 polluter India, has given zero, Russia No. 4 zip, Japan No. 5, $3.9 million.
Courtesy of “The American People,” (USAID) the IPCC offers indoctrination scholarships of $20,000, renewable for a second year, for the world’s youngest scientists under 30 years of age, from the “least developed” countries. It appears these scholarships (the number each year not disclosed) are funded outside the U.S.’s annual U.N. and or IPCC donations.
Christina Figueres is the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). Last year she was reappointed to another three year term, extending the already extensive perks for Figueres who believes Communism is just swell. The No. 1 world polluter, Communist China, donated under $10K to the U.N.’s climate change agenda in 2013.
Speaking of U.N. climate travels, take at look at this chart, Table 1 which appears to show the “journeys” taken and the number of days spent where ever the traveler(s) were going. It’s astounding. Most of the IPCC dollar amounts are actually in Swiss Francs. This table does not designate the currency. 1 Swiss Franc today equals $1.12 USD
I cannot confirm whether U.S. contributions to IPCC come through our overall aid to the United Nations, or are just another bonus, but I would bet on the ‘bonus.’
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