- bring the mainstream media on board by special access, the use of alarmist scenarios and iconic graphics that overwhelm any sublte nuances of the real scienc
- block anyone who disagreed or might disprove your ideas from publishing in normal, recognized media, say refereed journals
- establish a blog that frames your view of the "real" science and refuse to publish comments that fail to conform to your "consensus", and, lastly
- establish control over the on-line source of facts, Wikipedia.
The political wind has now changed. Copenhagen revealed the extent to which neither the science nor the environment were ever really central to the politics. They were a convenient contrivance. Now their 15 minutes of political limelight is done and the realpolitik of wealth, wealth transference and corruption, sorry influence, will resume normal broadcasting. Watch for a new round of celebrity faces to endorse the new message and whatever path to enlightenment is to be used to package and sell the politics it embraces.
Update: the Team's guy on the inside has had his status as Wikipedia administrator revoked.
It will be interesting to discover if Wikipedia can or "can't handle the truth!". Apparently not.