When Gore's predictions don't come to pass, what's a climate campaigner to do?
Tom Steyer and Mavis Taintor are national and local examples of the entitled culture that lives a contradiction as long as they virtue signal by proposing to fight climate change.
Prince Harry, a grandson of Queen Elizabeth II, really stepped in it verbally on climate change.
The state of Minnesota this morning just shattered another temperature record. Record cold.
Allowed unchecked, the pervasive climate groupthink in today’s popular culture will be the ruin of the country’s upwardly mobile opportunity and prosperity.
Biden’s copycat Green makeover, like its recent predecessors, is a wish-list of initiatives that are unnecessary, will not impact the trajectory of the earth’s climate, and thus amounts to a colossal waste of money.
Facebook, Youtube, Google, Twitter, Wikipedia, Reddit and others who dominate the Internet and cyberspace are increasingly about censoring viewpoints with which their super-wealthy owners disagree.
Washington State Governor Jay Inslee wants to be President of the United States so he can increase climate spending by $9 trillion (that’s “t”) by 2030.
If UN predictions on global population growth play out, there will be approximately 8.6 billion people by 2030; 9.8 billion by 2050; and more than 11 billion by the turn of the century in 2100. Then again, maybe not.
Anyone want to sell their doomed beachfront property on the cheap?
Climate change is the crisis equivalent of the terrorist attacks on 9-11, or even World War II. So says Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
When only one side of a scientific debate is consistently presented, it’s no longer teaching. It’s brainwashing.
Plastic has made quality products available to all of humanity. What challenges does it pose?
For natural climate change, the Golden State doesn’t need bullet trains. It needs reservoirs.
Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore just unloaded on her.