Lost in the midst of Greta Thunberg, the Sweden-based teen activist’s voice during the U.N. Global Climate Summit held last week, were 500 International Engineers, Scientists, and stakeholders that brought in a completely different message. Together these rank holders mentioned that there is nothing to worry about and climate emergency is a far cry.
The ECD (European Climate Declaration), led by the Climate Intelligence Foundation at Amsterdam described these leading climate-based models as something that was “unfit”. They also urged Antonio Guetrres, the UN Secretary-General to pursue the climate policies based upon the use of “sound-science”.
The letter signed on 23rd September by professionals coming from 23 different countries mentioned that current policies for climate maintenance grievously and pointlessly undermine the existing economic system while putting the lives of many at risk in various countries. The policies also refrains them from use of affordable and reliable form of electrical energy.
Most of these signers come from places such as Europe. However, this declaration also holds signs from scientist that hail from places like Canada, Australia, United States, South America, and New Zealand. The letter also mentioned that these policies should consider various economic factors and use sound science to determine the climatic scenario.