Browsing All posts tagged under »Global Warming Debate«

Climate Change – 50 Times More Expensive To Stop Than Adapt- Video

September 3, 2013 by


An Australian, Topher Field has made a professional short video explaining how it would cost 50 times more money to stop than it would cost to adapt to any changes, if in fact they do eventuate. While the actual finished video is just under ten minutes in length, Topher conducted a number of interviews with […]

50 To 1 Project: The True Cost Of ‘Action’ On Climate Change – Video

June 8, 2013 by


From an Email from John Droz, Jr. ~ Some good people are funding a short video by an experienced director. The name of this venture is the  “50 to 1 Project” and it is about how the cost of legislating “global warming” theoretical “solutions” (e.g. wind energy mandates) is extraordinarily higher than simply adapting as we […]

Rolling Back The Global Warming Faith

February 9, 2012 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Germany’s Bild tells its million of readers: THE CO2 LIE Renowned team of scientists claim the climate catastrophe is fear-mongering by politics The phenomenal prognoses of heat from the IPCC are pure fear-mongering. In German: Die CO2-Lüge Renommiertes Forscher-Team behauptet: Die Klima-Katastrophe ist Panik-Mache der Politik Steht die Menschheit vor einer […]

Climate Change Australia – No Debate: University Shames Itself

October 4, 2011 by


By Andrew Bolt How the global warming debate is managed by a university so that there’s none at all: AGRICULTURAL consultants have expressed disappointment at the University of Western Australia’s (UWA) attitude towards a planned debate on global warming. After hearing predictions of the impact that global warming could have on WA farming, Bill Crabtree […]

Climategate Before Climategate

May 18, 2010 by


By Nicolas Loris The Heartland Institute’s International Climate Change Conference commenced in Chicago last night, bringing together some of the world’s leading climatologists who offer dissenting views from the mainstream “global warming is a serious, human-induced problem” view. This year 73 scientists, economists, and policy analysts from 23 countries will present to over 700 attendees. […]

Copenhagen DOES Throw The Developing World Under The Bus

December 9, 2009 by


Nine weeks ago, in early October I ran a series of three posts speculating on why I thought that the UNFCCC COP15 Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen would fail. Those posts are here, and here, and here, with an update here. Two weeks earlier than that, in September, I also posted this post, speculating that […]

A Political Who’s Who Of Global Warming Liars

November 27, 2009 by


By Alan Caruba As the global warming fraud unravels, it’s a good time to look at the politicians who have been some of the most outspoken advocates, using global warming/climate change to advance “Cap-and-Trade” legislation and other related laws and regulations. Top of the list is President Barack Obama who has made many references to […]

Australia – Climate Change Turmoil

November 27, 2009 by


Could it just be that Australia has become the touchstone in the fight against Climate Change Legislation to introduce an emissions trading scheme. This story is raging across Australia at the moment. At that link are further links to related matters, all worth looking at. The story is also making headway in the UK as […]

Decisions Decisions

October 26, 2009 by


United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen: December 7 to December 18. Nobel peace Prize presentation: December 10. Now you tell me which one of these President Obama will be attending. Then go and read the article at this link. President Obama will not want to be associated with something where it is problematic if […]

NRO: ‘The Dog Ate My Global Warming’; Underlying ‘Support’ For Climate Claims May Be Gone

September 28, 2009 by


By Tom Blumer TonyfromOz prefaces ….. Yeah! Right! How convenient is this? As climate extremists, Democrats, and President Barack Obama (but I repeat myself) push for nonsensical cap-and-trade legislation and prosperity-killing, sovereignty-threatening treaties, at least some of the data undergirding the supposed science backing their efforts seems to no longer exist. I’m not kidding. At […]

Liberal Senators Dodge Tough Climate Votes

September 26, 2009 by


By Daniel Holler at The Foundry At the United Nations, President Obama tried desperately to convince the international community we have entered a “new era,” one in which the United States was serious about tackling global warming. His allies in the U.S. Senate do not appear eager to address the issue, as they used parliamentary […]

Global Warming Skepticism Grows As MSM Finally Notes Climatologist’s ‘Inconvenient’ Findings

September 25, 2009 by


By P.J. Gladnick at NewsBusters Mark down the week of September 20, 2009 as the period when global warming skepticism kicked into high gear. Yes, there had been a lot of skepticism earlier but this was the week when doubt about the “inevitability” of global warming broke into the mainstream media in a significant way. […]

Is “Mistake” Another Word For A Warming Lie?

August 20, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Just an honest mistake, which purely coincidentally scared people into thinking we really are heating the world to hell: The outgoing leader of Greenpeace has admitted his organization’s recent claim that the Arctic Ice will disappear by 2030 was “a mistake.” Greenpeace made the claim in a July 15 press release entitled […]

Die Now Or Fry Later (Part One)

July 19, 2009 by


By Andrew Bolt Shikha Dalmia explains very carefully why developing countries such as India and China will not agree in Copenhagen to slash their emissions, too: Consider what would be necessary to slash global greenhouse-gas emissions just 50% below 2000 levels by 2050—a far less aggressive goal than what the enviros say is necessary to […]

S.F. Chronicle Blogger Upset Over Climate Change Skepticism; Likens Issue To Evolution, Sex Education Debates

April 20, 2009 by


Jeff Poor. Want to see the bitterness of media elitism? Take a look at what San Francisco Chronicle’s environmental blog, “The Thin Green Line,” thinks of the public’s attitude about global warming. According to an April 17 Rasmussen Reports poll, only one out of three voters believes global warming is caused by human activity. For […]

Record-high Number Think Media Are Exaggerating Global Warming

March 12, 2009 by


Noel Sheppard A record-high number of Americans now believe the media are exaggerating the seriousness of global warming. Coming weeks after President Barack Obama proposed a cap-and-trade strategy to curb supposedly harmful carbon dioxide emissions, one has to wonder how much press attention this just-released Gallup poll will garner. After all, the numbers go quite […]

Global Warming Test

February 8, 2009 by


I posted a simple 10 question test on global warming in October of last year. This test was from The Heartland Institute. This link has since been removed from their website. There’s nothing sinister about that I’m sure. They probably just archived it to free up more space at their quite large site. However, that […]

Climate Change Hijack

July 19, 2008 by


The emotive words are ‘Climate' & ‘Environment'. They're a little like ‘Teddy Bear'. They engender warm feelings, because the environment is something we all live in. BUT people have hijacked the debate. The radical greens are the loudest & their agenda is to always quote the worst possible scenario, to pursue their own agenda.