Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Paul McCartney Calls Upon Climate Talks To Take Account Of Livestock Production
Earlier this week, Paul McCartney sent a letter to Ms Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the UNFCCC, and Mr H.E. Abdullah bin Hamad Al-Attiyah, President-Designate for COP 18, who are leading the Conference of the Parties climate change conference in Doha, asking them to acknowledge the impact of the livestock sector on global warming.
COP18 – The Depression Phase « Tory Aardvark
COP19 in Warsaw will most likely see the last COP meeting as they have existed, but rest assured, the people and businesses involved in the climate boondoggle will go away, lick their wounds and return with a new scary fear story which only they can save us from with lots of taxes, more state control and for our own good an unelected World Government staffed by the politically correct.
Twitter / BigJoeBastardi: 1) the Ordovician-Silurian ...
1) the Ordovician-Silurian ice age began with CO_2 levels of 7000 ppm If co2 leads to warming, why ice age with co2 16 times more than today
As Ever, Money Worries Pervade Climate [Hoax] Talks -
Since the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change process began some 20 years ago, countries have been split into two often-warring camps — the small number of wealthy nations that provide money to help deal with the impacts of global warming and the much larger group of poorer states that receive it.
Twitter / ret_ward: It is amazing how many climate ...
It is amazing how many climate change 'sceptics' are desperately trying to justify massive Government financial support for fossil fuels.  [Can we see a list of names and relevant quotes, Bob?]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

McCartney wants to reduce livestock CO2 and CH5 output. This will make meateaters happy the world over. Hardly any people are vegan because they can afford meat but choose not to eat meat. So 6 billion people are going to be told not to eat beef.

Think of all the industries Sir Paul wants to put down, and all the unemployment he wishes to cause!

If we could list all the lifestyle changes promoted by Sir Paul, Suzuki, Hansen, Strong and Gore, not to mention the WWF and Greenpeace, to "save the planet", there would be nobody left doing anything they currently do.

Except the rich, of course, as they could pay indulgences (carbon credits) to maintain their lifestyles.

The average voter needs to know exactly what these prophets plan for them. There is a Bonfire of the Vanities looming for every one if the eco-greens get their ways.