As the UN IPCC AR5 Report has, through a leak, now been made public, we at the Lord Monckton Foundation, were faced with a dilemma. Should we publish the leaked documents, or should we hold off?
Following discussions with Lord Monckton, we accepted that the rule in the UK, is that once a document is in the public domain anyone can reproduce or circulate it (except in rare circs. such as where the document might compromise the safety of [UK] forces, etc.) and so we agreed, there was no reason not to host the entire draft UN IPCC AR5 text which can be found below.
Similarly, we should also include Lord Monckton's review comments.
The Viscount Monckton of Brenchley has now sent his once 'confidential' UN IPCC 'Expert Review' to us for inclusion on this blog, following the publication of the draft AR5, and following the many comments and reviews released across the hardly warming globe of late, in response to this 'pre-release' leak (into the public domain).
Here is Lord Monckton's Expert Reviewer Comments for the UN IPCC.
Below are the Draft Chapters of the AR5 Report
Summary for Policymakers
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Observations: Atmosphere and Surface
Chapter 3: Observations: Ocean
Chapter 4: Observations: Cryosphere
Chapter 5: Information from Paleoclimate Archives
Chapter 6: Carbon and Other Biogeochemical Cycles
Chapter 7: Clouds and Aerosols
Chapter 8: Anthropogenic and Natural Radiative Forcing
Chapter 8 Supplement
Chapter 9: Evaluation of Climate Models
Chapter 10: Detection and Attribution of Climate Change: from Global to Regional
Chapter 11: Near-term Climate Change: Projections and Predictability
Chapter 12: Long-term Climate Change: Projections, Commitments and Irreversibility
Chapter 13: Sea Level Change
Chapter 14: Climate Phenomena and their Relevance for Future Regional Climate Change
Chapter 14 Supplement