Below is one of a series of profiles on LeftExposed.org, which is an investigative journalism project designed to seek out the foundations, organizations, key players, and individuals who spend their time, energy, and money trying to change the way you live your life. This so-called “dark money” is flowing to your elected officials, to government regulators, and to community organizations – and it’s limiting your choices in everything, from how you get your energy to how much you pay for goods and services to what you choose to serve your family for dinner.
In each profile, you’ll find an explanation of who these people are, why they do what they do, and how much money they spend doing it. We’ll document their contributions, tell you where their money goes, and explain how it affects you and those around you, so you can fight back against their special interests.
The Virgin Islands attorney general has demanded communications between Exxon Mobil and more than 100 U.S. universities, scientists, academics and think tanks as part of his investigation into climate change dissent.
An unredacted copy of the March 15 Exxon Mobil subpoena, obtained Tuesday by The Washington Times, shows Attorney General Claude E. Walker casting a broad net as part of his probe into whether the company committed fraud by challenging the catastrophic climate change narrative.
Following the premiere of “Climate Hustle,” TheBlaze asked a few attendees if the film influenced their opinions on climate change. Watch:
Jimmy Kimmel is great. Probably the most relaxed, amiable, and funny of all the U.S. talk show hosts, not counting James Corden. But after last night he just lost a fan.
No, I’m sure he doesn’t care about this either. As he made perfectly clear in a segment of his show called “Scientists aren’t ****ing with you”, anyone who disagrees with “the science” on climate change is a complete wing nut – and therefore any criticism he gets from “deniers” like me will be considered a badge of honour.
In 1837, Swiss geologist Luois Agasizz’s proposed the Theory of Ice Ages, thereby revolutionizing our perception of Earth’s Polar Ice Caps. This new theory contended that huge blankets of Ice ebbed and flowed through time across vast regions of the northern and southern hemisphere (Figure 1). We now understand that these long-term (11,000 year) major ice age cycles are controlled by regular variations in Earth’s orbit and tilt within the Solar System, so-called Milankovitch Cycles.
Figure 1. Ice age glaciers cover the earth.
Well, a new and equally significant revolution in Polar Ice Cap science is about to occur.
Comedian Jimmy Kimmel used a portion of his TV show Monday to discuss why smart people like climate scientists believe so-called man-made global warming is a threat, while people like Sarah Palin supposedly dismiss its importance.
The late night talk show host etched out about eight minutes of his show, “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” to lambaste Palin for being a global warming skeptic, as well as explain why climate scientists are like normal people, except “smarter.”
It’s been nearly one decade since former Vice President Al Gore released his film “An Inconvenient Truth.” It sent shockwaves through American politics and emboldened environmental activists to push for more regulations on American businesses.
Gore warned increasing carbon dioxide emissions would spur catastrophic global warming that would cause more extreme weather, wipe out cities and cause ecological collapse. To stop global warming, humans needed to ditch fossil fuels and basically change every aspect of their lives.
The left has concocted a lucrative category of politically correct victims: "climate refugees." It's the new Green racket.
U.S. taxpayers will now be forking over untold billions to ease the pain allegedly inflicted on "carbon's casualties" by industrial activity. By contrast, those who have suffered as a direct result of government incompetence by federal environmental bureaucrats continue to get the shaft.
A veteran Mexican diplomat has been chosen to head the United Nations' newly upgraded climate office, UN chief Ban Ki-moon announced in a letter to France's environment minister.
Ban said he will appoint Patricia Espinosa Cantellano "as the new UNFCCC Executive Secretary for a term of 3 years," referring to the body which oversaw the international negotiations in December leading to a historic climate pact.
I belong to a group of chemistry professors, physics professors, meteorologists, environmental consultants and engineers, some of us retired, some not. We commonly are placed in a strange category called "skeptics" or "deniers," mostly by individuals who haven't the brains to understand how real science is done. If you doubt this, look up the blog "HotWhopper." It's supposed to be, I guess, a "cone of shame," when actually it's the ultimate compliment. The most ignorant thing that one can say as a scientist is that "the science is settled." As you may have guessed, we all are skeptical about man-made climate change. We still are looking for proof.
Earth Day 2016 brought extensive consternation about how our Earth will soon become uninhabitable, as mankind’s activities of civilization trigger unstoppable global warming and climate change. President Obama used the occasion to sign the Paris climate treaty and further obligate the United States to slash its fossil fuel use, carbon dioxide emissions and economic growth.
I love this little blue planet and do all I can to preserve it for my children and grandchildren.
Eurostat estimates that in 2015 carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from fossil fuel combustion increased by 0.7% in the European Union (EU), compared with the previous year. --European Commission, 3 May 2016
Germany’s carbon dioxide emissions increased by an estimated 10 million tonnes from 2014 to 2015, in a blow to the country’s claims to climate leadership. A 2011 decision to phase out nuclear power within a decade has seen dirty coal maintain a significant share of the energy mix. As a result, progress on emissions has slowed. A decrease in 2011 was followed by increases in 2012 and 2013. --Megan Darby, Climate Home, 14 Match 2016