CLINTEL is an independent foundation that aims to communicate objectively and transparently to the general public what facts are available about climate change and climate policy and also where facts turn into assumptions and predictions.
The view of CLINTEL can be simply summarized as: There is no climate emergency
Over the past few decades the public has been flooded with fear-mongering stories warning them that global temperatures will rise to catastrophically high levels.
Climate alarmists have deliberately caused panic demanding we “must act now” because “time is running out”
They claim that the cause of the impending doom is the increasing amount of CO2 produced by human activities. The solution, they say, is the “net zero” emmission policy.
Expose-news reports: Thousands of scientists disagree. As of 1 October 2022, more than 1,400 scientists from around the world have signed the ‘World Climate Declaration’ which begins: “Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific.”
CLINTEL has called for an open scientific debate, but the World Economic Forum, for example, chooses to ignore climate science and follow climate politics with its catastrophically damaging “net zero” ideology.
As well as CLINTEL’s founder and president, Guus Berkhout is a professor emeritus of geophysics and a member of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW). In his message to the world below Berkhout explained why is there such a big difference between the scaring climate activists’ narrative and the optimistic climate scientists’ message who believe there is no climate emergency.
In the past decades, the public has been flooded with fear-mongering stories, telling them that global temperatures will rise to catastrophically high levels.