Do we have a climate problem or a communications problem?
A recent BBC evening news slot at prime-time viewing covered the issues of ‘climate change’ in the UK. It reported that the main result of 4-degree level of global warming above pre-industrial levels would be that the south of the UK would be ‘around 7 degrees warmer in the summer’. It went on to sugar-coat the other ‘potential’ effects, such as adverse weather and food supply issues that ‘might’ occur. In their scenario, there was no mention of complete climate collapse, millions of climate refugees worldwide or catastrophic weather events that would render a large percentage of the globe uninhabitable.