Rajendra Pachauri, the chairman of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), has called for people to eat less meat, pay more taxes and do without iced water in restaurants to reduce their carbon footprint. Meanwhile, he zips around the globe spreading bogus science and creating a 121.1 ton carbon footprint according to calculations by ClimateCare, a carbon offset provider.
The Telegraph reported:
He urged people to eat less meat, pay aviation taxes and even ban giving iced water in restaurants. But in order to get his message across, the former railway engineer, who lives in Delhi, created an enormous carbon footprint of his own....
Dr Pachauri’s trips would have produced 121.1 tons of carbon dioxide, according to calculations by ClimateCare, a carbon offset provider.
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