“Taxpayers need some representation here. They didn’t really get it.”
Today, the availability of water in Tarbela and Mangla reservoirs is 0.037and 0.269 million acre feet (MAF), respectively which is lower than the average for last 10 years due to prevalence of snowfall and cold weather in the catchments areas, resulting in low inflows.
[Delingpole] Something extraordinary is happening in the great Climate Wars. I had a taste of it just the other day on an LBC talk show. The producer had only booked me in for a ten-minute slot, in case the listeners weren't interested in my boring new book about that tediously hackneyed subject Man Made Global Warming. But the switchboards were jammed and the station ended up keeping me in for a full hour to reply to all the calls.
There was one big problem though: "We can hardly find ANYONE who disagrees with you," whispered the show's host, Julia Hartley-Brewer. This was true. By the end, things had got so desperate that I found myself accidentally picking fights with callers who were on my side. An easy mistake to make for someone on my (sceptical) side of the debate: we card-carrying Satanic "deniers" are so used to being vilified at every turn it really feels kind of weird suddenly to be in tune with the popular mood.
Sometimes the alarmists' desperation is truly amusing.
If you were trying to convince Canadians that the world might
come to a horrific end, what would be the first thing you'd claim
was threatened by climate change?
A gold star for you if you said hockey.