A Dutch environmental agency says a key U.N. report on climate change has even more errors than previously noted.
The Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency says the report falsely stated that 55 percent of the Netherlands is below sea level, when only 26 percent of the country's land actually is.
The group also says the summary of the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change gives scientific conclusions without backing them up with research analysis.
"With some conclusions, we can't say it's plainly wrong. We don't know," and can't tell from the supporting text," said Maarten Hajer, the Dutch agency's director.
Hajer said The IPCC should "be careful making generalizations."
However, the Dutch group still argues climate change is real and humans are causing it. This is just the latest revelation of false climate change claims.
Late last year, hacked e-mails showed British scientists had changed temperature data to support their theory that the world is warming at an alarming rate.