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Being a UN diplomat means never having to say you’re sorry


Rajendra K. Pachauri, the chair of the Intergo...
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Being a UN diplomat means never having to say you’re sorry… or responsible. And yet you can demand that nations comply with your policies

In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, Dr Rajendra Pachauri, chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, said it would be hypocritical to apologise for the false claim that Himalayan glaciers could melt away by 2035, because he was not personally responsible for that part of the report. “You can’t expect me to be personally responsible for every word in a 3,000 page report,” he said.

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