1) Scientist makes off-the-cuff remark at conference.
2) Non-scientific environmental organisation picks up on comment and publishes it with no evidence.
3) One individual at the IPCC picks up on propaganda, mistakes it for science, publishes it.
4) Scientists notice, correct report.
5) Loonies jump up and down shouting 'Ignore all of the well established practical and theoretical atmosphere science and the known physical properties of carbon dioxide; there is no such thing as global warming (can I have my money now please Mr Oil Producer?)"
Personally, I think I'll listen to the well-reasoned, open and honest science, rather than those people who wish to undermine the science and push an agenda of 'business (and profit) as usual'.
It might interest readers to know that many of the anti-AGW organisations are closely associated with (or in some cases, are) the same people who lobbied for tobacco companies to argue that cigarettes don't cause cancer. The people they are arguing against are well educated, logical, systematic and rational individuals (on the whole). If it comes to taking sides (which it shouldn't), I'll stick with the science, rather than with greed and superstition.