Last week on August 8 Germany’s top climate alarmism propagandist site Klimaretter (Climate Rescuers) reported here on the “explosive” US government climate report that was “leaked” to the New York Times.
The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded “to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between the nations and the abolition or reduction of standing armies and the formation and spreading of peace congresses.” Two recent recipients were U.S. Presidents, Democrats of course, Jimmy Carter and Barack Obama. A U.S. vice-president also won the prize, Al Gore, another Democrat.
Pen Hadow, the British explorer, is today due to start a sailing expedition across the Arctic Ocean to highlight the effects of climate change, including an attempt to reach the North Pole.
Wollongong University senior lecturer in journalism Dr. David Blackall lamented in a recent journal article about the ignorance and bias of journalists reporting on the global warming scare.
The Australian is the country’s most rigorous newspaper by far when it comes to climate reporting, its environment reporter, Graham Lloyd, doing a masterful job in covering even-handedly the controversies.
The heatwave of August 1936 was beyond the comprehension of any American under the age of 80 years old.
We are familiar with claims that air pollution (cue pictures of diesel cars!) is killing thousands of people every year in the UK.
I have been trying to get hold of the actual mortality statistics, but fortunately came across a study carried out by the British Lung Foundation.
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chairman Neil Chatterjee said he would look for ways to “properly compensate” coal plants for providing reliable electricity during his time as a top energy regulator.
“These are essential to national security. And to that end, I believe baseload power should be recognized as an essential part of the fuel mix,” Chatterjee said in a video interview FERC officials posted online Monday.
Al Gore’s new movie – An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power – is going down with audiences like a cup of cold sick.
It has bombed at the box office:
An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, which follows the ex-VP’s continuing attempts to raise awareness of global warming, made $900,000 across 180 screens on the weekend of August 4-6, according to Box Office Mojo.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel signaled support for Britain’s plan to ban all internal combustion vehicles Sunday, although she asked European leaders in July to stifle their criticisms of diesel-powered cars.
Germany must fall in line with the rest of Europe as countries work on banning new diesel cars from the roads, Merkel told reporters. “I don’t want to name an exact year,” Merkel said, but she did note that their plans to eliminate gas-powered cars by 2040 “were the right approach.”
BRITAIN is in the grip of its coldest summer holidays for 35 years.
Temperatures in London have failed to get any higher than 73F (23C) since schools broke up on July 19.
It has been a similar story in Birmingham, while in Newcastle the thermometer has been stuck below a modest 68F (20C).
Al Gore’s new movie, a New York Times article on the final Obama-era “man-made climate disaster” report, and a piece saying wrathful people twelve years from now will hang hundreds of “climate deniers” are a tiny sample of Climate Hysteria and Anti-Trump Resistance rising to a crescendo. If we don’t end our evil fossil-fuel-burning lifestyles and go 100% renewable Right Now, we are doomed, they rail.
An Acton couple was arrested Thursday and charged with defrauding the federal government of more than $50 million in tax-free energy grants, according to the US Attorney’s office.
Christopher N. Condron, 45, and Jessica Metivier, 41, were indicted on one count of conspiracy to defraud the government with respect to claims, and three counts of wire fraud, prosecutors said in a statement.