In published reports contain information according to which the fight against climate change will lead to global poverty.
According to BBC, unknown hackers have published more than five thousand e-mails related to the work of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) on the eve of the UN climate summit. Also added to the correspondence hackers message, which says that the fight against climate change will lead to global poverty. According to the disclosure, by 2030 the countries of the world will have to invest 37 trillion dollars in energy technology.
Among the recipients of published reports listed Phil Jones (Phil Jones), the main figure climate scandal in 2009, known as "Climategate." Then in the documents published by hackers reported that the official climate forecasts rigged.
Author of the message also said that he was able to get access to 220 thousand e-mails, but to publish them, he does not intend to.
At the time of publication of news, links to archives stolen messaging has become inactive.