“There’s too many polar bears now.” This observation, which runs counter to the global-warming dogma that rising temperatures are decimating bear populations, was made by Eskimos — people who actually live among the bears.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the UN climate conference in Bonn, Germany, that the world may have only five years to Doomsday, unless drastic action is taken on global warming.
The Competitive Enterprise Institute has filed suit against the State Department for illegally withholding documents related to the 2015 Paris climate agreement — particularly e-mails of two State Department officers involved in the Obama administration’s maneuvering to evade the Senate’s constitutional role in the treaty process.
It turns out that President Donald Trump was right, after all. The United Nations finally admitted last week what virtually every sensible observer had already realized. In short, the so-called UN “Paris Agreement” pretending to battle alleged man-made global warming will make no real difference in the global climate, even if you accept the UN's discredited hypothesis and models surrounding CO2 driving temperature change.
The EPA will propose repealing the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan — which severely limits carbon emissions that power plants can release into the atmosphere.
Mary Nichols, chairman of the California Air Resources Board, said that Governor Jerry Brown favors following China’s plan to ban cars with internal combustion engines.
In the wreckage of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, you can also see little pieces of the Constitution of the United States, torn up by global-warming hysterics, who now wish to criminalize what they call “climate-change denial."
Much more predictably than the weather, climate change alarmists are using the calamity of Hurricane Harvey to further their agenda by blaming the size and intensity of the storm on anthropogenic (man-made) global warming.
Energy Transfer Partners (ETP), the company behind construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, is hoping a billion-dollar settlement will quench the greenies' enthusiasms, especially those of Greenpeace, for vandalism and financial disruptions in the future.