With the start of UN Paris Climate Summit only three weeks away, an AP poll, like other surveys, shows most people are not that worried about global warming.
Representative Lamar Smith (R-Texas), chairman of the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, warned NOAA chief Kathryn Sullivan of potential criminal penalty for continued defiance of a congressional subpoena for data the agency used to make its controversial report on global warming.
The world’s richest capitalist is a statist, who says the private sector is “inept,” pushes Big Government schemes for a global carbon tax and billions more government spending on energy R&D.
Apparently the science surrounding alleged anthropogenic (man-made) global warming (AGW) is not really so settled after all. In a barely noticed statement released last week, NASA dropped the equivalent of a nuclear bomb on the United Nations climate-alarmism machine, noting that ice across Antarctica has been growing at break-neck speed for decades. The surging ice growth, of course, directly contradicts the predictions of global-warming alarmists, including a 2013 report by the increasingly discredited UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change claiming, falsely as it turns out, that Antarctica was losing ice and causing rising sea levels.
“Climate change” is not a major talking point in the Russian media. Furthermore, notes a Reuters report published by the New York Times on October 29, Russian news professionals are taking their cue on this issue from none other than President Vladimir Putin.
No mention in Big Media: The official draft text of the climate treaty for the soon-to-start UN Climate Summit in Paris proposes to establish an International Tribunal of Climate Justice.
As UN’s Paris summit approaches, one of France’s top mathematics consultancies, a legendary physicist, and a former IPCC author have joined France’s best-known TV weatherman, Philippe Verdier, in delivering black eyes and severe body blows to the increasingly discredited global-warming alarm lobby
More than half of the states and several professional associations filed lawsuits against the Obama administration’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on October 23, charging that the EPA has exceeded the authority granted to it by Congress in setting carbon dioxide limits for power plants.
The "carbon pricing" scheme of the upcoming UN global climate summit in Paris could cause electricity rates — and the price of everthing else — to skyrocket.