Chris Huhne has stepped off the plane in Durban and is clearly looking to set straight anyone who doubts the EU's commitment to an extension of the Kyoto Protocol in the face of opposition from the US and China, among others.
And here's the evidence: a picture direct from the conference that just screams, "Look upon my tie, ye mighty, and despair!"
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but this one, snapped by BusinessGreen's Durban blogger Jane Burston, surely poses more questions than it answers.
Is sartorial aggression a new negotiating tactic? Where can we get our hands on 'I ♥ the Kyoto Protocol' merchandise? And what's next - a Green Climate Fund fedora and a shipping emissions deal sweater?
We can only hope negotiators buckle down this week and come up with the answers to these weighty issues.
If the government is serious about the utilising nature-based solutions, we need to turbocharge the market for urban greening, argues the UK Green Building Council's Philip Box
Telecoms giant to provide Internet of Things sensors to aid research into tree growth and their potential for carbon for CO2 storage
Plus nuclear fusion, French outdoor heating ban, Spanish green hydrogen plant and all the top green business news from around the world this week
Investment bank joins growing number of financial institutions as a member of the Partnership for Carbon Accounting Financials