Sunday, October 25, 2009

Mocking Global Warming
Here is a great new ad by the "Canadian Tourism Federation" that mocks "Global Warming" by saying Canada's "C02" emissions are rising faster than any other G8 country. But, "the bright side" they said is, "A warmer Canada is the perfect place for your next family holiday."
The real climate change catastrophe - Telegraph
Thanks to misreading the significance of a brief period of rising temperatures at the end of the 20th century, the Western world (but not India or China) is now contemplating measures that add up to the most expensive economic suicide note ever written.

How long will it be before sanity and sound science break in on what begins to look like one of the most bizarre collective delusions ever to grip the human race?

'The Real Global Warming Disaster’ by Christopher Booker (Continuum, £16.99) is available from Telegraph Books for £14.99 plus £1.25 postage and packing. To order, call 0844 871 1516 or go to
Green Subsidies Aren't Working | Newsweek Environment |
...of the 10 most cost-effective and measurable ways for the world to cut emissions, for example, subsidies for renewables don't even make it onto the list.
Number 10 Webchat
The UN climate talks in Copenhagen this December are crucial to agreeing a global deal for climate change which will decide the future for us all, in particular the poorest and most vulnerable countries.

International Development Secretary Douglas Alexander will be with us on Monday 26 October at 11:15BST to answer your questions about the threats of climate change
Pose your question now or watch the Q and A live.
Has Climate Change had its "Ten Minutes of Fame"?
THUNDER BAY - Yesterday was the International Day of Action on Climate Change. In Ottawa, cold weather kept the crowd from hitting the 5,000 people that organizers hoped. About 500 people showed up. In Calgary, a snowstorm dumped wet heavy snow on the city. On Google, unlike past climate change events, there was not a special logo created. On the front pages of major newspapers across Canada the major stories were not about the looming climate crisis.

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