The UNFCCC1 does not define ‘climate’ at all, while WMO2 used to define climate as: the average weather over a longer period of time. This website will provide information and ask, does science know what climate is?
1. United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change; 2.The World Meteorology Organisation

Reference links :

  E - Contribution & Papers on UNFCCC
  Title   Date
  E510 - Roger. A. Pielke Jr. on: Misdefining "climate change", 2005
  August, 25th
  E516a - Daniel Bodansky (I) - On the road to a Draft Convention On Climate Change – Until December 1991
  September, 24th
  E516b - Daniel Bodansky (II) – 1993 – The Convention in place – A Commentary
  September, 24th
  E516c - Daniel Bodansky (III) – 2004 – On how the FCCC emerged
  September, 26th
  E520 - J. F. Pulvenis explains UNFCCC (1994): No real negotiations – Take it or leave it – Undeniable success.
  September, 21st


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Essays from 1992 to 1997 on CLIMATE
by Dr. Arnd Bernaerts
“Legal Means for Understanding the Marine and climatic Change Issue”,
p.24 presented at the 28th Annual Conf. of the Law of the Sea Institute, Honolulu

“Conditions for the protection of the global climate”,
p.53 presented at GKSS Research Center Geesthacht

Black Sea-Model Case
--Paper, p.53, on
--Conf-Paper, p. 6

Four short texts
1994 Moscow

1994 LOS

1993 LOS

1992 Nature

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