10 Things The Archbishop Needs To Know About Climate Change

An Archbishop appeals to a higher authority…who knew it was the IPCC?


By Paul Homewood



The former Archbishop of Canterbury, in his new capacity as chairman of Christian Aid, has weighed in a subject, that he appears to know precisely zip all about. The Telegraph report:

Dr Rowan Williams, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, has attacked Western lifestyles for causing climate change that is “pushing the environment towards crisis”.

Writing in the Telegraph, Dr Williams says that the “appalling” floods and storms that devastated parts of Britain this winter were a demonstration of “what we can expect” in the future.

He also takes a sideswipe at climate change sceptics.

The floods in Britain and weather-related “catastrophes” in the poorest countries on Earth, he insists, are the clearest indications yet that predictions of “accelerated warming of the Earth” caused by “the uncontrolled burning of fossil fuels … are coming true”.

His plea to combat global warming by reducing consumption of fossil…

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One thought on “10 Things The Archbishop Needs To Know About Climate Change

  1. The former Archbishop mistakenly believed the most powerful political force on Earth would win the debate over AGW (global warming).

    Rather than issue another report, the once prestigious Archbishop and the UN’s IPCC might better:

    Study the children’s story of Humpty Dumpty (now that the truth is out):

    “All the King’s horses and all the King’s men” (including pseudo-scientists with Nobel Prizes) “couldn’t put Humpty Dumpty back together again.”



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