These are official slogans being put up by the UN at COP 25 in Madrid. They are ramping up the rhetoric, disconnecting from science, and rolling out the latest propaganda language.
After crossing the Atlantic ocean on two plastic yachts, and proving conclusively that sailing is not the future of world travel, Greta Thunberg finally arrived at COP 25. CFACT was there and took video of the mob of paparazzi surrounding Greta who is the biggest thing at the conference this year. COP 25 should be renames Greta-fest 2019.
BY AEA: Subsidies and giveaways galore for "renewable" energy
BY CHARLES ROTTER: Sharks, penguins, turtles and other seagoing species could help humans monitor the oceans by transmitting oceanographic information from electronic tags.
Hundreds of millions of Americans will share a turkey dinner on the same night at a price anyone can afford. This massive successful exercise in logistics brought to you not by government planning and decree, but by free exchange. Freedom nurtures. Be thankful!
What is left after you eat the goose that lays golden eggs?
Just in time for Halloween. From NASA: "When astronomers peer deep into space, they don't expect to find something staring back at them."
BY LARRY BELL: The climate folks can't agree on what, or when, but always on who should pay.
BY MARK MATHIS: In Berkeley California, the City Council has voted to ban natural gas in all new low-rise residential buildings. This bad idea is spreading to other parts of the country.
James Burke's Connections documented the medieval warming period before it became politically incorrect. It's a must watch.
Watch workers spray petrochemicals into a mold to make an Imoca 60 class sister yacht to the one Greta Thunberg used for her royal coming to America and learn how the Royal family of Monaco travels.
CFACT was on the ground at the New York City "Youth Climate Strike", capturing photos and videos of the radical agenda harbored by the climate activists. Here are just a few of the signs and banners held by the marchers; each of them showing this strike had nothing to do with actually cleaning up the planet.
The Greenpeace ship Rainbow Warrior attempted to block a ship carrying coal from unloading in the harbor of Gdansk.
Watch CFACT's Morano on Fox and Friends. "They come in the most carbon-intensive way... can't alter their lifestyle in any way, shape or form."
After the Green New Deal is implemented, and regular people can no longer afford to fly, can we all look forward to crossing oceans on carbon fiber composite racing yachts sponsored by the royal family of Monaco?