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
Other than Judge Lawrence J. O’Neill that is. Let me, as they say, begin at the beginning. Read more
Last month, the United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the case of AEP v. Connecticut. The basis of Connecticut’s law suit was that power companies were emitting “green house’ gasses which were causing global warming, or climate change, or whatever it is called these days, and the courts, under the doctrine of public nuisance, should step in and regulate. Read more