April 10, 2010

Daily Archives

  • CFACT – Mission Bonn

    Bonn, Germany

    They are at it again, as Lord Monckton puts it. Well, so is CFACT. Strategically positioned in the middle of the action at the new UNFCCC climate talks in Bonn.

    It certainly is more quiet than in Copenhagen. Officially, it’s a preparatory, informal meeting, before Mexico. Unofficially, it’s a matter of gathering strength after the Copenhagen fiasco.

  • Carbon sins forgiven in Bonn

    Download the pdf of the indulgence here. Carbon “sins” forgiven in Bonn CFACT’s Mother Earth Sells Carbon Indulgences to UN Climate Delegates Bonn, Germany – Delegates to the UN climate talks in Bonn entered their plenary session today holding indulgences absolving them of their carbon sins.  Gaia the earth goddess, wearing her trademark green frock […]

  • Carbon ‘sins’ forgiven in Bonn

    Delegates to the UN climate talks in Bonn entered their plenary session today holding indulgences absolving them of their carbon sins.  Gaia the earth goddess, wearing her trademark green frock and crown of leaves welcomed the delegates and bestowed her indulgences. “Where are you from,” Gaia asked, “Indonesia?  How did you arrive at the conference […]

  • Global warming’s weak links

    CFACT is in Bonn, Germany at the UN Conference on Climate Change to warn the delegates not to enact a climate treaty that is based on shaky science and will make no measurable impact on climate. Halfway around the world, America woke up to an editorial in the Washington Times written by CFACT President David […]