No, I’m not kidding. Demonstrating a sense of timing nearly as perverse as their interpretation of scientific data, a newly formed group of warmists seeks to reduce the climactic impact of the average patient:
The Climate and Health Council, a collaboration of worldwide health organisations including the Royal College of Nursing, the Royal College of Physicians and the Royal Society of Medicine, believes there is a direct link between climate change and better health.
So, what should be done?
Their controversial plan would see GPs and nurses give out advice to their patients on how to lower their carbon footprint. The Council believes that climate change ‘threatens to radically undermine the health of all peoples.’
One would think that, in light of recent revelations concerning statistical skulduggery by their fellow warmists, these folks would refrain from giving advice on another hotly debated public policy issue.
But I guess if they were rational, they wouldn’t be warm-mongers. These characters apparently agree with Robert Gibbs that the science is settled on climate change, even if it rests on tainted data.