When a company files an annual report with the SEC, they cover every possibility to ensure they will not be sued by investors. You know … “prior results are not an indicator of future earnings.” But since Chipotle mentioned climate change in their annual report, Think Progress felt the need to inform the world we might not be able to get guacamole in our burritos if we don’t fix the climate! But what did Think Progress ignore in the report?
You may have not heard conservatives in Australia won elections in Oz three months ago on promises by soon-to-be Prime Minister Tony Abbot would start dismantling “green initiatives” that had resulted in job losses and a stagnant economy. The Liberal Party (pretty much conservative) has gotten to work.
A video-based activist in Australia has started a new project reviewing the costs and benefits of the carbon credit schemes popping up around the world. Since he’s from Oz, a country that implemented a carbon tax in July 2012, Topher Field takes a look at the cost of the program as compared to the benefits in his home country.
Goodness grief. I thought the environmental groups moved from “global warming” to “climate change” to cover the fact the world really is not warming and will supposedly be experiencing “extremes.” Now I guess we’re back to the possibility of the world “boiling over.”
Years ago when the global warming team realized the globe was not warming, they made a dedicated and complete marketing campaign change. They changed their tag line from global warming to climate change. Again, this was a marketing decision. Instead of heating up, the world would experience more extreme weather. Not even that is happening.
Yes, you read that correctly. It seems that we once again have “global warming”. This is in contrast to the unusually cold temperatures we had two years ago, that forced the left to rename their cause “climate change”, or, if you prefer, “global climate disaster”. Read more
Of course, scientists the loss of ice caps and glaciers around the world is still a serious concern… but they seem to have messed up when it comes to measuring the loss of ice around the globe.
Other than Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill that is. Let me, as they say, begin at the beginning. Read more