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.
With the electoral defeat this week of conservative Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his more liberty-oriented party, tax-funded global-warming theorists and the governments that support them breathed a sigh of relief. Now, with Harper and his recently ousted Australian counterpart out of the way, analysts say the United Nations and its mostly autocratic members have a better chance of success.
France's top meteorologist, Philippe Verdier, is blowing the whistle on the hysteria surrounding alleged man-made global-warming theories and the corruption of science to serve radical political goals.
The World Bank has pledged to bump up its “climate finance” program by one-third, potentially to $29 billion annually, even though its genocidal “green” programs have caused death, desolation, and millions of refugees.
Accomplished nature photographer Josh Anon has criticized an article published in Britain’s Daily Mail that used his photographs of four polar bears dining on their prey to illustrate an article attempting to prove that polar bears are losing their ice habitat due to global warming.
Almost six years after then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said the United States will help raise $100 billion annually by 2020 to assist poor countries in coping with “climate change,” several sources estimated that the participating countries are about halfway to that goal.
The EPA is fining a Wyoming father of four almost $20 million (to date) for buidling a small stock pond on his own property.