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1812, 2018

COP 24: Rules written, but Trump’s still out

The United States played a leading role in "writing the rule book" for the Paris climate agreement, but also made clear its intention to exit the agreement as soon as possible.

1612, 2018

COP 24: “We are still in” climate campaign flunks basic reality

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Whether it’s global temperatures, changing weather patterns, Arctic, Antarctic or Greenland ice, hurricanes and tornados, wildfires, floods or droughts – or the need for and viability of renewable energy – deception, misrepresentation, disinformation and even fabrication are their stock in trade.

1512, 2018

COP 24: Packed house at CFACT’s Poland climate forum

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In the audience at CFACT's Poland forum were veterans of the Solidarity movement who freed Poland from Socialism thirty years ago. They do not want to go back. They turned this scholarly forum into a lively discussion of energy, global warming and Polish independence. We were honored.

1512, 2018

COP 24: Good news and bad

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Two groups showed up at UN COP 24 in Katowice, Poland - one predicting a catastrophic disaster and the other with a message of hope and encouragement.

1412, 2018

COP 24: All aboard the UN climate gravy train

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Many groups at the UN climate conference have no clear connection to what the UN calls "climate action," but who can say they shouldn't still get some of the money? Who can resist a slice of the trillion dollar climate finance pie?

1212, 2018

CFACT billboard: Energy independence for Poland!

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CFACT put up a hard-hitting billboard near the entrance to COP 24, the UN conference on climate change. It says, “Congratulations Poland, 100 years! Exit the UN Paris Accord. Energy Independence for Poland!” We met with coal miners and average Poles. They are fed up.

1012, 2018

The sky is falling?!?

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By Greg Walcher Ridiculous report claims humans have killed more than half the world’s wildlife in past 48 years.

1012, 2018

COP 24: CFACT with the gilets jaune

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The gilets jaunes (yellow vests) represent a broad cross section of the French working and middle classes.  They are butchers, bakers and automobile makers.  They are the folks who drive the trucks, farm the food, build the buildings and fix what breaks.  They are France.  They have had enough.