Wednesday, December 12, 2012

UN climate summits 'more about exotic locales than anything else': Climate Depot's Morano: 'The United Nations knows how to throw a party'
Morano: 'I've been to Bali, I've been to Cancun, I've been to Kenya, S. Africa twice, to Rio, South America -- exotic locations, very nice places. I've stayed at five-star resorts on the ocean. The UN picks exotic locales in order to attract people to come because not many people would want to go to one in Trenton, NJ' -- 'Morano notes that while he worked for the U.S. Senate, his round-trip, business-class airline ticket (paid for by U.S. taxpayers) was $16,000 in 2006'
Campaigning at a diesel engine factory, Obama made no mention 'green energy' or 'green jobs' |
What happened to the green President?
Climate Change Threatens Ski Industry’s Livelihood -
In the Rockies, where early conditions have also been spotty, average winter temperatures are expected to rise as much as 7 degrees by the end of the century. Park City, Utah, could lose all of its snowpack by then.
In changing climate, ski industry should take action, report says |
"The bitter irony is that the response to climate change is to use a lot of energy and further cannibalize the climate. Surely there is a better approach than that,” said Auden Schendler, vice president of sustainability for Aspen Ski Company, about contemporary snowmaking.
Severe Storms, Record Snow Cripple Parts of US - US - CBN News
Monster storms and heavy snowfall has wreaked havoc across the Northern Plains, upper Midwest, and parts of the South.

Snow fell in Minnesota at such a heavy rate that the region met its monthly record in just one day

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