The latest ...
Greenpeace: Global warming could create some 200 million climate refugees by 2040 and the bulk of the affected will be people living in poor countries.
Jim Hansen (NASA): The Earth today is in "imminent peril."
The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF): 'We have five years to save the planet'
The UK's Stern Report: Global warming will worsen gender inequality, lead to forced marriages.
Turkish textile company: "Due to global warming, knitwear is not attracting enough costumers. This phenomenon ... has pressured us to stop our production."
Aussie imam: Global warming is Allah's revenge for secularism.
Terry Root, Stanford University: "We truly are standing at the edge of mass extinction" of species.
The U.N.: North America "has already experienced substantial ecosystem, social and cultural disruption from recent climate extremes," such as hurricanes and wildfires.
Brothel owner: Global warming hurting business
Apparently, I'm not the only one cataloging the hype. John Brignell's is much longer.
Frontline Magazine: "American lifestyles are creating a climate holocaust."
University of Sydney: "Global warming will cause children's fevers to soar."
Science Direct: "Global warming possibly linked to an enhanced risk of suicide."
Al Gore: "We face a challenge in the conservation of democracy that we must be up to in order to save the climate balance on which our civilization depends."
Christian Aid: "Disease spread by global warming could kill an extra 185 million people in sub-Saharan Africa by the end of the century and turn millions more into refugees unless rich nations take action now."
James Hansen, NASA scientist: "We have less than 10 years."
James Lovelock, climatologist: "The earth has a fever that could boost temperatures by 8 degrees Celsius making large parts of the surface uninhabitable and threatening billions of people's lives ... A hot earth couldn't support much over 500 million."
Woods Hole Research Centre: "The Amazon rain forest could become a desert."
British government: "40 percent species face extinction."
Peter Raven, Director of the Missouri Botanical Garden: "Two-thirds of world species could be on route to extinction by the end of this century."
The UN: "One quarter of world's mammals face extinction within 30 years."
Chris Thomas, conservation biologist: "By 2050, rising temperatures exacerbated by human-induced belches of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases could send more than a million of Earth's land-dwelling plants and animals down the road to extinction."