Concern about global warming is dead last amongst 16 priorities.
Rich countries that try to meet their Paris commitments will spend huge amounts of money replacing cheap, higher-emissions energy sources with expensive, lower-emissions sources. This will harm the poor and do nothing for the climate.
The world’s most important climate body dedicates its new document to a rude, intolerant, highly politicized climate crusader.
An urgent public health crisis exists. An effective, humanitarian response is available. But rather than pitching in and helping to save lives, Greenpeace is attacking the aid workers.
Politicians, having blindly parroted environmentalist rhetoric about green jobs, look increasingly foolish.
Greenpeace thinks President Obama should destroy lives now. Because of an ill-defined, generalized risk of climate change sometime in the future.
The current United Nations response to environmental concerns is doing more harm than good.
Is it any wonder that young climate scientists behave badly? Their elders set the example – by hurling insults at dissenters.
David Suzuki says the planet is in “far worse shape” today than 50 years ago. But a growing library of exhaustively researched books claim the opposite.
How did the Toronto Star manage, within a period of 66 days, to go from telling us our very survival was at stake due to global warming to arguing that, well, fighting pollution is a good idea?
Is climate change the most pressing problem facing humanity? When a Canadian audience was given the chance to witness a live debate, fewer people thought so afterward than prior.