Make the BBC give unbiased voice to scientific view that climate change is purely natural.

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SUMMARY

The publicly funded BBC emphasise climate change — but ignore the evidence that it is wholly natural.

They report the American President’s rejection of Man Made Climate Change — without investigating the arguments supporting his view, which are easily obtainable from sceptical, Climate-Realist and Climate-Solarist scientists, worldwide. If the report is newsworthy, so is upstream investigation of it.

So that BBC journalism is open and sceptical as required, we, the undersigned, demand that the BBC change its editorial policy on Climate Change to make this consistent with its constitutional rôle of publicly funded, neutral researcher and informer.

The BBC must explore the possibility that climate change is purely natural, and give weight to that view through news reports, interviews and documentaries, across all channels and platforms. Other views should, of course, be presented too.

Like this, the licence payer will fund informative journalism, not poorly sourced, biased propaganda.

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The BBC reported the Australian bushfires without giving equal weight to the extreme Pakistan cold of the Asian Polar Vortex — and without much, if any, mention of the Australian snow that preceded the bushfire heatwave.

The BBC do not challenge Man Made Climate Change, as they could with the fact that CO2 level-changes are a result of previous, sun-driven climate change, and not a cause of any climatic effect. Al Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Truth’ graph showed this, though it glossed over it by using a small scale.

The BBC do not investigate NASA temperature-data tampering, as alleged by various sources. They do not mention a Canadian Court’s February 2018 ruling against Michael Mann and his hockey stick graph — effectively a ruling against Man Made Global Warming’s foundation, and thus of great relevance to the BBC, with their strong climate focus.

The BBC do not give weight to the Climate Solarist view that solar cycles drive climate change, alone and naturally; and that this process has now created a Grand Solar Minimum; bending jetstreams, expanding meteorological poles with the Polar Vortex, and cooling the planet, amid extremes.

The BBC’s Justin Rowlatt claimed, definitively, in an online article of 31 January, 2019, that the US polar vortex is ‘sadly not’ evidence that Man Made Global Warming is not happening. But this licence-fee sponsored journalist did not explore that in depth, nor seek opposing views.

BBC climate coverage — a defining issue for scientific integrity, energy policy, government structure and civic freedom — is preset propaganda, not open, investigative journalism.

As British state broadcaster, the BBC try to influence other countries’ opinion, with studio anchor Martine Croxall talking of ‘pressure’ on Climate Realist Australian PM, Scott Morrison, during newspaper review discussion of bushfires. The BBC made Climate Alarmist spin from the bushfire tragedy — whilst ignoring the fires’ parent bending jetstream’s possible Grand Solar Minimum origins. They also ignored the fires’ exacerbation by the brushwood burning ban, itself driven by misguided environmental policy.

The BBC’s biased, poorly reasoned, alarmist stance frightens without informing.

It creates an unsubstantiated, incomplete and possibly distorted public consciousness in their trusting audience of both adults and children.

They consider and promote only Man Made Climate Change belief, thus threatening society’s energy freedom, encouraging more fuel poverty and more UN regulation of life, without allowing counter views. Especially damagingly for education, they assume the Climate-Alarmist view to be correct, with frequent, journalistically sloppy and arguably false references to a ‘warming world’, as an underlying assumption in reports with a separate focus.

This is insidious propaganda.

Regardless of scientific consensus claims — be those true or false — the BBC should investigate the climate issue themselves, and not follow any secondary orthodoxy.

SUMMARY

So that BBC journalism is open and sceptical as required, we demand that the BBC change its editorial policy on Climate Change to make this consistent with its constitutional rôle of publicly funded, neutral researcher and informer.

The BBC must explore the possibility that climate change is purely natural, and give weight to that view through news reports, interviews and documentaries, across all channels and platforms. Other views should, of course, be presented too.

Like this, the licence payer will fund informative journalism, not poorly sourced, biased propaganda.