Climate Depot's Marc Morano takes on "the climate change con" at CFACT's all day climate conference at Warsaw's Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, November 21, 2013.
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.
As has become the usual practice at the UN climate summits, COP 19 in Warsaw has gone past its Friday closing time and is now in overtime. Obama announces the U.S. will announce emissions targets in time for a Paris treaty in 2015.
Denied instant gratification of their global warming dreams of redistribution, up to 800 members of extreme enviro-left nongovernmental organizations walked out of COP 19, the UN climate summit in Warsaw, Poland. The Left may have left the stadium, but are still very much in the game.
If the climate crowd truly cared about women’s issues, they would focus on the link between poverty and affordable energy instead of wasting time, money, and resources on policies based on junk science.
China has led a COP 19 walkout by a bloc of 132 developing nations over the "loss and damage," issue bringing one track of the UN climate change summit to a screeching halt. Loss and damage refers to the concept of legal liability on the part of developed nations for natural disasters and other problems experienced by developing nations. Extensive CFACT coverage of loss and damage here. The hunger strike by Philippine negotiator Yeb Sano over Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda has continued through its tenth day. Sano's hunger strike has been the most dramatic moment of these negotiations. Climate campaigners have seized upon [...]
As the Obama administration utilizes any excuse available to throttle down American energy production, other countries are headed in the opposite direction.