Meatless Mondays are the thin edge of the salami.
The most reputable publishers imaginable are misinforming the public about basic geology.
In the National Post today I argue that the extreme anti-coal stance of UN officials and green activists harms both people and the environment.
UN officials need to stop dressing up political arguments as science.
Obama’s imperious behaviour at the 2009 climate summit is a key reason negotiations have failed dismally in recent years.
It is improper for a UN official to criticize Australia’s 6-week-old election results.
The German government’s chief climate advisor is the furthest thing from an objective, dispassionate scientist. He thinks using fossil fuels amounts to “a lifestyle of mass destruction” – and that the UN should be put in charge of trillions of dollars.
UN officials say we should listen to science. Don’t be fooled. It’s a rhetorical ploy, a cover for their own agenda.
Since the 1970s UN officials have tried to frighten us. Repeatedly, their predictions have failed. Repeatedly, their time frames have been preposterously inaccurate.