The Paris climate agreement would force U.S. taxpayers to fork over approximately $10 billion every year to developing countries like China, Iran, and Venezuela.
Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is in the news complaining about U.S. President Donald Trump not sending more U.S. taxpayer dollars to the UN Green Climate Fund.
The US Energy Department is still running one of the top drivers of alarmist science for the United Nations.
Leave our air conditioners and refrigerator's alone! It’s time for the Trump White House to send the Kigali Amendment off on the same train out of town it did the Paris Accord.
The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol would make air conditioning less efficient and more expensive.
The UNEP-EPA memorandum is little more than an implementation tool of the Paris agreement and should suffer the same fate.
“What President Trump really did was declare an end to the war on affordable energy for Americans and signal that the world’s greatest republic was no longer going to going to stoop to extra-constitutional means to join governments around the world in seeking new ways to tax their citizens."
Loss and damage is diplomatic code for the idea that the developed countries, especially America, should pay the developing countries for the bad things that they attribute to climate change. This includes pretty much all bad weather, plus the supposed effects of sea level rise, and who knows what else.
Nikki Haley says that’s not gonna happen.
The question is what, if anything, will Pompeo do about the Bonn semi-summit? So far the answer is nothing. The US negotiating team is still basically unchanged from the Obama era. It is led by Obama appointee Trigg Talley.
It’s the latest in a slew of studies trying to figure out how much warming can be expected from a doubling of carbon dioxide levels. The answer: not much, according to Lewis and Curry.
The predicted deluge of journal articles touting 1.5 degrees of global warming as the new UN target has begun.
A major new study says that the cost to meet the UN Paris Agreement's target of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees C is a whopping three times the cost to limit it to 2 degrees. That is a huge cost for a very small difference.
CFACT Senior Policy Advisor Paul Driessen exposes the unscientific shenanigans of the International Agency for Research on Cancer that are under Congressional investigation for scientific bias, secrecy, and corruption -- and how the IARC, much of whose funding is from the U.S. Congress, has arrogantly obfuscated, stalled, and even demanded immunity.
Massive surveillance technology in the hands of a politically correct UN bureaucracy taking us back to serfdom is not quite the "future we want."