Uh-oh, Greenpeace! Santa checked his list, he checked it twice, and you're on the naughty list...not nice!
Buried in the 133 pages of gobbledygook agreed to at last week's UN climate summit are two very dangerous provisions. These greatly advance the green cause known as "loss and damage."
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.
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.
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.
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.
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?
The UN climate conference in Poland is riddled with a mix of bizarre and eyebrow-raising incidents.
Faced with widespread carbon / fuel tax rioting, French President Emmanuel Macron surrendered. The French government suspended the wildly unpopular fuel tax, for six months at least. "The people are revolting!" Mel Brooks as Louis XIV: "You said it, they stink on ice."
The UN wants to "finalize the rule book" for the UN Paris Agreement.
By Todd Royal Can Europe secure a reliable supply of natural gas while avoiding Russian bullying?
COP 23, the UN climate conference in Bonn, Germany, ended with a coal-powered whimper. Poor countries sought cash, China sought opaque emissions reporting and Polish coal miners host the next one.
Poland’s governing Law and Justice Party plans to require new wind turbines be built a mile away from homes and schools, citing concerns about rising electricity bills, reducing costly green energy subsidies, aesthetics and health issues.
There are few people on Earth as carefully vetted, as rigorously trained and as highly respected as America's Apollo astronauts. Colonel Walt Cunningham, lunar module pilot on Apollo VII, explains why America's space pioneers are shocked and dismayed by today's politicization of science to serve the global warming agenda. WATCH NOW.
While the UN's global warming mandarins and profiteers may have liked more, they jet out of Warsaw still in control of the game.