Monday, March 26, 2012

Environmental Migration: Climate Change Could Spawn Mass Migrations, Study Says

MANILA, Philippines (AP) — The Asian Development Bank is warning countries to prepare for influxes of people fleeing natural disasters as climate change exacerbates rising sea levels, soil degradation and seasonal flooding.

Bank Balk At Toxic Green Loans: Another Sub-Prime Disaster In The Making?

Taxpayers will be asked to contribute to the biggest home improvement programme since the Second World War after the Government failed to gain enough private support.

The Times has learnt that ministers want the publicly funded Green Investment Bank to help to fund their own energy-saving programme after banks refused to provide any loans. - Mild Winter Saves Duluth $350K on Road Salt

Fleissner said in recent years, the city has had about a $900,000 road salt budget. He said normally, all of it is spent, and sometimes the city needs to buy more.

Global Warming Hysteria: Medieval Warming Worldwide Without CO2 » Secondhand Smoke | A First Things Blog

It was still us. People burned wood to stay warm.

The warming alarmists should welcome the news because it could mean we may not actually be causing the earth to melt, but that the earth warms and cools quickly completely on its own in the natural course of things. But they won’t.  They are too ideologically invested in the Appocalypse. Goodness gracious, great balls of fire!

How a socialist parties | Herald Sun Andrew Bolt Blog

A socialist shares his wealth with certain members of the working classes:

French magistrates are questioning former IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn over his alleged involvement in a vice ring that procured prostitutes.

The 62-year-old former Socialist minister had been expected to appear before judges in the northern city of Lille on Wednesday and to face a possible charge of “aggravated pimping as part of an organised gang”.

Flashback: IMF Survey: IMF Proposes "Green Fund" for Climate Change Financing

The world must adopt a low-carbon model for growth as it rebuilds from the global economic crisis, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, said at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

To help finance this shift in the global economy, the IMF is working on a set of proposals to create a multi-billion dollar “Green Fund” that would provide the huge sums—which could climb to $100 billion a year in a few years—needed for countries to confront the challenges posed by climate change.

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