VIDEO - During an interview with The New American magazine after the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development, Lord Monckton offered his thoughts on the UN's failed climate change predictions and how the world might deal with any potential adverse effects from global warming in an effective manner.
VIDEO - During an interview with The New American magazine after the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development, Lord Monckton offered his thoughts on whether or not there will be a Rio+40 and how governments are strangling the productive sector.
VIDEO - During an interview with The New American magazine after the United Nations Rio+20 Conference on Sustainable Development, Lord Monckton explains how the public is becoming increasingly aware that the UN and its theories are a scam to get more money out of taxpayers.

A new proposal by the Obama administration to expand drilling to half of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPR-A) has attracted criticism from the oil industry, as the plan still leaves a broad area off limits to new oil development. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar said new development will be permitted in an 11.8 million-acre geographical area, which purportedly holds about 549 million barrels of oil, while coastal regions such as Kasegaluk Lagoon and Peard Bay — where there is a higher concentration of seals and polar bears — will receive “special protection.”

Reports coming out this August show that our nation has plenty of oil and gas and that we ought to be a major exporter of coal to foreign markets. The economic benefits of an aggressive hydrocarbon energy production policy are vast.

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