The politics that has the government naming more storms will also lead to lower storm intensity. Unintended consequences?
Obviously the person making this statement either does not know these facts, or does and simply seeks to hide them to push a false missive.
Higher energy costs for Americans are eminent along with worldwide ecological degradation and human right abuses from mining for wind, solar, and EV materials.
The COVID-19 crisis has CO2 emissions down; bad news for carbon carpetbaggers hoping to make a mint off carbon "credits."
The media and alarmist groups tell one story while the data tell quite another. Rather than an increase in the frequency and intensity of forest fires, thanks to more carbon dioxide in the air, there has been as decrease.
In the science journal Nature, Zeke Hausfather of Berkeley Earth and Glen Peters of the Center for International Climate Research explained that worst-case scenarios, typically presented as the default likely future climate, are extremely unlikely.
The laws of mathematics are simple: poor people have less disposable income than wealthy people to absorb inexorable higher energy costs resulting from climate policies.
The benefits the U.S. has conferred on the world are immense. Time to submit a bill?
I expect to see a lot of meaninglessly symbolic green action in response to the hysterical noise-making, but skeptics have a chance to win big in 2020.
While international bureaucrats and celebrities gathered at UN COP 25 in Madrid, CFACT engaged them every step of the way.