CFACT makes media waves at COP17 climate talks

CFACT has garnered widespread media attention over the last few days here at the UN climate change conference. After parachuting the truth about Climategate 2.0 onto a Durban beach, CFACT held a press conference with Senator Inhofe and released Climate Depot's new "A-Z Climate Reality Check" special report. Read on for a sampling of the resulting media coverage: Glenn Beck's The Blaze, "Climate Skeptics Parachute into Climate Conference City Waving Climategate 2.0 Banners": On Tuesday, a skydiving team from the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT) parachuted down on Toti beach, near the city where the 17th Conference of the Parties [...]

By |2011-12-08T03:21:35+00:00December 8th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on CFACT makes media waves at COP17 climate talks

CFACT parachutes into Durban Climate Conference

Earlier today, CFACT's skydiving team parachuted past COP17 onto Amanzimtoti beach. The divers trailed smoke and banners proclaiming "Climategate 2.0, Science Not Settled" and "No New Treaty." Multiple media outlets showed up to record the event, including the AP, BBC, and South Africa's national news network. It was a huge success! Climategate 2.0 can not be ignored! The second batch of emails from scientists working on the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change contain shocking revelations which show an insular cadre of climate scientists coordinating efforts to place advocacy ahead of science, stifle dissent, and conceal information which detracts from a [...]

By |2012-09-19T22:46:13+00:00December 6th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on CFACT parachutes into Durban Climate Conference

Climategate 2.0 parachutes into COP17

C F A C T The Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 5, 2011 Climategate 2.0 parachutes into COP17 CFACT skydivers to tow banners into UN Durban conference Lord Monckton, Craig Rucker, Climate Depot to parachute Emails exposing  biased science cannot be ignored On Tuesday, December 6 at 11:00 AM, CFACT skydivers will parachute past COP17 trailing banners demanding attention to the Climategate 2.0 emails.  The skydiving team will land at Toti beach.  Media and all interested persons are invited to the beach to observe the landing. The second batch of emails from scientists working on the UN's [...]

By |2011-12-05T00:00:00+00:00December 5th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Climategate 2.0 parachutes into COP17

Speaking sense to power at the UN climate conference in Durban is reminiscent of Galileo

From my vantage point here in South Africa, I am aware of the momentum of the major build-up to the next big United Nations world environment conference, COP 17, which will be held in December, in Durban, the city where I went to school and university. I am honored to be part of CFACT's delegation to the Durban conference. We've certainly got our work cut out for us. We hear of ‘the road to Durban’ on international news broadcasts and, daily, people of all ranks are making comments on the issues to be addressed at COP 17. The conference organizers have [...]

By |2011-11-10T00:00:00+00:00November 10th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Speaking sense to power at the UN climate conference in Durban is reminiscent of Galileo

Economy trumps climate as registration for COP 17 Durban opens

This article was originally published in the National Journal. ---------------------------- The world economic crisis is providing a wake up call for climate realism.  As registration for COP 17, December's UN  conference on climate  change in Durban, South Africa, opens on Tuesday, support for the UN climate agenda continues to deteriorate. Take the UK example.  Reuters reports that with half of major energy suppliers in the UK announcing double digit price increases for electricity and gas the British public has had enough.  75 percent now favor abandoning Britain's green agenda if it means higher prices.The problem of course is after you thwart [...]

By |2011-08-12T11:06:59+00:00August 12th, 2011|CFACT Insights|Comments Off on Economy trumps climate as registration for COP 17 Durban opens