1. Where does it get one say that Kyoto has little 'scientific rigour'? That is not what it is designed for: criticising an apple for not being an orange. (bear in mind questions, too, from Myles Allen et al regarding the use of atmospheric concentration targets in the first place for target setting - ref RealClimate).and plan to examine the issues in more detail at Global Deal.
2. C&C gets more points for 'simplicity'. Why should 'simplicity' be the right answer to one of the world's most complex problems? Walking around downtown Baghdad calling for peace and brotherly love may be simple, but it is unlikely to solve the problem.
Friday, December 14, 2007
Climate change is not Pop Idol
The New Statesman asks us to 'vote for [our] favourite climate framework'. I think this is not very useful, and commented: