In his first interview on the subject, God explains that he has no regrets over climate change, although he can see that it's 'a tad inconvenient for the human race.'
In an interview with Philip Schofield he said, "You've got to realise that I'm a businessman. The chemical processes causing climate change are an essential part of my business model, so what can I do? It's a competitive market, and sacrifices have to be made."
When asked about the responsibilities of governments to reduce greenhouse emmissions he said, "Of course everyone should be doing their bit, but ultimately I'm the boss and what I say goes. Rainforest mainly. If governments want a fight, they can have one, but they must realise that trying to take me on is pointless. I have already used my power on a small scale, like making all climate change protesters pig ugly, and if I have to play dirtier, I will."