This year’s Nobel Peace Prize justly rewards the thousands of scientists of the United Nations Climate Change Panel (the IPCC). These scientists are engaged in excellent, painstaking work that establishes exactly what the world should expect from climate change.
The other award winner, former US Vice President Al Gore, has spent much more time telling us what to fear. While the IPCC’s estimates and conclusions are grounded in careful study, Gore doesn’t seem to be similarly restrained.
Gore told the world in his Academy Award-winning movie (recently labeled “one-sided” and containing “scientific errors” by a British judge) to expect 20-foot sea-level rises over this century. He ignores the findings of his Nobel co- winners, the IPCC, who conclude that sea levels will rise between only a half-foot and two feet over this century, with their best expectation being about one foot. That’s similar to what the world experienced over the past 150 years.
Likewise, Gore agonizes over the accelerated melting of ice in Greenland and what it means for the planet, but overlooks the IPCC’s conclusion that, if sustained, the current rate of melting would add just three inches to the sea level rise by the end of the century. Gore also takes no notice of research showing that Greenland’s temperatures were higher in 1941 than they are today.
Gore also frets about the future of polar bears. He claims they are drowning as their icy habitat disappears. However, the only scientific study showing any such thing indicates that four polar bears drowned because of a storm.
The politician-turned-movie maker loses sleep over a predicted rise in heat-related deaths. There’s another side of the story that’s inconvenient to mention: rising temperatures will reduce the number of cold spells, which are a much bigger killer than heat. The best study shows that by 2050, heat will claim 400,000 more lives, but 1.8 million fewer will die because of cold. Indeed, according to the first complete survey of the economic effects of climate change for the world, global warming will actually save lives.
The thousands of scientists of the United Nations climate change panel(IPCC) was rewarded by Nobel Peace prize this year, and the co-winner of Nobel Peace Prize, Al Gore accelerated the melting of ice in Greenland and overstated sea rise, however, he overlooked the IPCC’s conclusion which derived through analysis that global warming will not trigger substantial sea level rise and actually save lives.
The former US vice president and director of films ‘Gore’ portrayed the issues of climate change in the world in contrast to the flaws made by the scientists from IPCC. According to Gore, the sea levels might rise in the coming century to twenty feet, ice would melt and the polar bears might suspect to extinction but the IPCC scientists revelaed completely opposite to what gore predicted.
A group of scientists from IPCC justly won this year’s Nobel peace prize by stating clear facts and careful analysis of climate change, which is contradicting Gore’s predictions about the same topic; therefore it is prudent that his prediction lacks analytical reasoning and logical data evidence.
The article gives the views of politician-turned-movie maker Al Gore, and scientists of the IPCC on climate change. The scientists undertook careful study to give conclusion on rising sea level, accelerated melting of ice in Greenland, the future of polar bears, and deaths due to heat-related conditions, or, cold spells. Al Gore’s Academy Award-winning movie had scientific errors which ignored the findings of scientists.
The Nobel Peace Prize rewards the thousands of scientists of the United Nations Climate Change Panel ; moreover, these scientists are engaged in excellent, painstaking work that establishes what the world should expect from climate change, furthermore, it can be concluded that sea levels will rise between only a half-foot and two feet over this century.
Al Gore, the Nobel Peace Prize winner, has exaggerated his findings on climate change related to the sea-level rise, melting of ice in Greenland and the rising temperatures as compares to their co-winners IPCC, who concluded after a thorough study that the global warming would not trigger substantial sea-level rise and save lives.
Noble prize winner and former US vice president Al Gore talks about the melting of ice in Greenland and its implications, he says that ice will be melted three inches to sea level by end of the century he also compares the Greenland’s temperature were higher in 1941 as that of today. Finally he says that by 2050 heat will claim 4 lakhs more lives where as 1.8 million due to cold
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IPCC panel of scientists and Al Gore won the noble peace prize on climate change he was opposite to his co-winner about sea-level rise according to survey global warming will not cause sea level rise, it saves lives.
Al gore discussed painstaking work relating to the climate changed, which happened due to deforesting of ice in Greenland and he claimed polar bears are drowning as their habitat disappears.
Gore agonizes over the accelerated melting of ice in Greenland and what it means for the planet but overlooks the IPCC’s concluded that; however, if sustained the recent rate of melting would add just three inches to the sea level rise by the end of the century.
Gore agonises over the accelerated melting of ice in Greenland but if the recent rate of melting would add just three inches to the sea level rise by the end of the century; finally, global warming will actually save lives.
The findings of this year Nobel peace prize co-winner former US Vice-president Al Gore are entirely different from that of the other winner-United Nation Climate change Panel (IPCC)– which has a more scientific approach to measure global warming, rising temperatures and changes in sea level compared to biased and fear-based predictions of Al Gore.
Many scientists of the United Nations Climate Change Panel whose study shows that heat will claim more lives than cold in future rewarded with Nobel Peace Prize; furthermore, according to one survey global warming will save many lives.
To summarize, the united climate change panel won the Nobel prize by proving with scientific evidence the contradiction of global warming predictions done on climate change by former Nobel prize winner & vice president of USA Al Gore, where he stated that ice lands would melt, polar bears would be extinct and temperatures would rise but their scientific study shows that cold temperatures will have a bigger impact on lives than heat.
Thousands of scientists are engaged in excellent, painstaking work that establishes exactly what the world should expect from climate change, and Gore expects the sea level to rise over this century, because of the accelerated melting of ice in Greenland and what it means for the planet; on the other side, there are studies showing heat will claim 400,000 more lives by 2050, but 1.8 million fewer will die because of cold.
The Noble Peace Prize justly rewards the scientists of IPCC, who are engaged in excellent and painstaking work of climate change; moreover, Al Gore, former US Vice President, ignores the co-winners’ findings related to melting ice, rise in high temperatures and polar bears, hence, global warming will actually save lives.