UPDATED: UK engineering body sells out to climate alarmism
Tim Fox, head of environment and climate change at the IMechE, said: “Yes, we need to mitigate [greenhouse gas emissions], but the evidence shows this isn’t working alone.”
The IMechE identified sea level rises, and an increase in droughts, floods and storms as the main worries arising from global warming. Various measures can be put in place to counteract these effects, ranging from seawalls in some areas to abandoning tracts of land to the sea, and designing transport networks to be more resilient.
Another previously impartial scientific organisation bites the dust.
Read it here.
UPDATE: Piers Corbyn slams the report, calling it "alarmist, self-serving nonsense". See here.