One of the main reasons for AGW amelioration inaction is the irresponsible misrepresentation of AGW in mass media. Corporate ownership and control of MSM has purposely cultivated inaction by publishing misinformation, distorted scientific reports and slandered/defamed scientists discredit their findings.
"..A leading Canadian climate scientist and current B.C. MLA has been awarded $50,000 in a defamation suit against The National Post newspaper. Andrew Weaver sued the Post over four articles published between December 2009 and February 2010. He alleged that the stories aimed to destroy his international reputation...."
see Huffington Post 2015/02/06 Andrew-Weaver-National-Post-Defamation
Scientists should sue media organisations more often - monetary penalty is a language even the most rabid corporatist deniers understand.
AGW science is very robust and verifiable information is readily available to any person or organisation who seeks the truth.
Our children's future is at stake here, AGW denialism has real consequences that will be paid in the blood, sweat, tears and lives of generations to come.
If any philanthropist was looking for a worthy cause to support, they could not find a more rewarding investment than contributing to a 'scientific truth defence fund' that could be accessed by climate scientists to fight factual misrepresentation and personal defamation by mainstream media corporations.
Further to the above para, grassroots people power can be harnessed here; if people were to amend their will to leave funds to a statuary 'perpetual scientific truth defence trust' for the sole purpose of defending malicious misleading media attacks on scientists/scientific reports on AGW.
Such bequests would have far reaching, everlasting future benefits for humans, wildlife and the environment - potentially doing more long-lasting good than all the religious/dog/cat conservation societies that are popular current recipients of estate bequests.
Is there anyone out there who could create/promote such a most worthy and rewarding cause?