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Civil Society Coalition on Climate Change to Challenge IPCC Report

In advance of the release of the latest alarmist report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a group of 26 civil society organizations has formed a new global coalition. Alternate Solutions Institute is part of this coalition which seeks to offer more rational approach to the issue based on independent evaluations of the evidence and assessments of the policy options.



In advance of the release of the latest alarmist report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a group of 26 civil society organizations has formed a new global coalition. Alternate Solutions Institute is part of this coalition which seeks to offer more rational approach to the issue based on independent evaluations of the evidence and assessments of the policy options.

As the interest groups exaggerate the threat of climate change in order to support their call for urgent global and national regulation of carbon emissions, governments, intergovernmental bodies and even supposedly objective academies of science reinforce this by issuing alarmist reports – such as the UK Government’s ‘Stern Review’ and the IPCC’s much hyped Fourth Assessment Report. While many of the proposed policies are likely do more harm to society than the climate changes they are intended to control, there is a great need for more rational thinking on this issue – which is what the Coalition intends to provide. The CSCCC aims at challenging the unjustified alarmism and promote rational debate.

The Civil Society Coalition on Climate Change seeks to educate the public about climate change issues in an impartial manner. It has been established as a response to the many biased and alarmist claims about human-induced climate change, which are being used to justify calls for urgent action by governments.

The Coalition currently comprises 26 independent civil society organisations from 23 countries who share a commitment to improving public understanding about a range of public policy issues. All are non-profit organizations that are independent of political parties and government.

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Coalition members:

Alternate Solutions Institute
Pakistan

Alabama Policy Institute
USA

Bluegrass Institute for Public Policy, Kentucky
USA

CEPOS
Denmark

China Sustainable Development Research Centre, Capital University of Business & Economics
China

Fraser Institute
Canada

Free Enterprise Institute
Peru

Free Market Foundation
South Africa

Frontier Centre for Public Policy
Canada

Fundacion Atlas 1853
Argentina

Ecuadorian Institute of Political Economy (IEEP)
Ecuador

Imani
Ghana

Initiative of Public Policy Analysis (IPPA)
Nigeria

Institute for Liberty and Analysis of Policy in Government (INLAP)
Costa Rica

Institute for Free Enterprise
Germany

Institute of Economic Analysis
Russia

Instituto Liberdade
Brazil

Institute for Market Economics
Bulgaria

International Policy Network
UK

Istituto Bruno Leoni
Italy

Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies
Israel

John Locke Foundation, North Carolina
USA

Liberalni Institute
Czech Republic

Liberty Institute
India

Lion Rock Institute
Hong Kong

Tennessee Center for Policy Research
USA



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