Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa Jackson has announced her resignation after four years at the EPA. Her tenure was marked by controversial policies involving a number of high-profile issues including global warming, the Keystone XL pipeline, and emissions controls on coal-fired plants. And recent scrutiny over Jackson’s use of an alias e-mail account has led some to believe that her resignation was inevitable.
Based on bogus science and flawed computer models, the federal EPA is clamping down on wood burning in Fairbanks and other cities and counties.
New studies show what Mother Nature has already proved: Computer models used by climate alarmists to arrive at their scary scenarios are deeply flawed, deficient — and sometimes downright fraudulent.
“It must be understood that what is occurring here, not just in Doha, but in the whole climate change process is a complete transformation of the economic structure of the world.” Thus spoke climate chief Christiana Figueres, at the recent United Nations Climate Summit in Doha, Qatar.