By Mathew Carr (CarrZee)
NOTE: On Nov. 30, WordPress.com denied my attempts to update this story. So I reposted.
Steve Forbes is so ignorant on climate negotiations; he should inform himself before commenting, or step down.
Nov. 29-30, 2022. Read / listen to / watch this nonsense, for a depressing laugh (or cry):
CarrZee: Without a system for loss and damage, the UN climate talks would not progress.
Forbes, chairman and editor in chief of publisher Forbes, clearly has not been following the climate money … or even the real climate politics.
This influential chap’s climate ignorance is partly why the global negotiations to prevent global warming have failed, so far.
He puts his global brand’s growth in jeopardy by sprouting such nonsense.
To infer the rich are not responsible for climate change is plain ignorant. To say natural disasters have always occurred, inferring they are not related to rising levels of heat-trapping gas in the atmosphere, is a form of climate-science denial.
In a position of influence, his climate-change science / climate-justice denial is extremely dangerous.
More than 7 billion emerging-market readers will shun his publications.
He needs to step aside before he ruins his legacy.
I reached out to Forbes on Twitter / LinkedIn for comment.
(I made my language more specific on Nov. 30)
The ‘allegedly’ here signals climate-science denial:
Forbes ignores this data, apparently: