Piers Corbyn claimed the United Nations of using false claims. fraud and anti-science to train teachers in a new online scheme aimed at improving their knowledge of climate change. The UN signed up 600 UK schools to the EduCCate Global programme providing education professionals with accreditation as climate change teachers.
But Mr Corbyn, the astrophysicist brother of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn and an outright denier that climate change is manmade, told talkRADIO people who’ve been brainwashed want everybody else to be brainwashed, with the new scheme. Related articles
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How Greta Thunberg mobilised a generation to tackle climate change The astrophysicist said: It is extremely worrying that when an international organisation sets up a process to make direct propaganda using completely false claims, fraud and anti-science.
There’s no scientific basis whatsoever for the theory of manmade climate change.Mr Corbyn continued: What they’re putting forward is propaganda and lies in the interests of globalists – the globalist mega-corporations that make money out of all these handouts for stupid projects like this.
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Climate change: Piers Corbyn claimed the UN is making direct propaganda with their new scheme (Image: GETTY•TALKRADIO)
Climate change: Corbyn said the UN is using false claims to promote its training certification (Image: TALKRADIO)Mr Corbyn also took a swipe at teenage environmental activist Greta Thunberg, who has been leading a successful awareness campaign among fellow students to demand Governments worldwide take action to combat the degradation of the environment.
The scientist branded Ms Thunberg a dropout and suggested those who support the activist are virtue signalling.Ms Thunberg last month embarked on a 17-day boat journey to New York to attend the UN Secretary-Generals Climate Action Summit scheduled to take place at the organisations headquarters later in September.
Climate change has emerged as a divisive topic, with some scientists like Mr Corbyn denying the current changes in climate patterns the Eart is undergoing is the result of human interference. But a large part of the scientific community agrees global warming is the result of the burning of coal, oil and gas.
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Climate change: Greta Thunberg has been calling for political action for over a year (Image: GETTY)Ms Thunberg caught the world’s attention earlier this year when her solitary climate protest in Sweden inspired thousands of young people to walk out of schools.
.According to Dr Andrew Mayes from the School of Chemistry at the University of East Anglia, the teenage activist managed to.....