Wasn’t the science already settled? Al Gore’s New Group Demands $15 Trillion To Fight Global Warming: Follow the Money

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In fact, The Daily Caller can be said to be lumped in with the purveyors of fake news.(Source)

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The U.S. Never officially signed the Paris climate accords.
To do so would have required a 2/3 yes vote by the United States Senate which did not happen.
The role of the United States Senate in signing international treaties. (Source)
This, of course, was set aside by the Trump administration as the science involved to come up with the theories that man causes climate change are based on a false narrative. (Source)

A three-part anthology containing peer-reviewed climate science published in 2016 has revealed that the so-called scientific consensus on climate change, that mankind is directly responsible for causing it, is little more than declaratory bias and anti-science nonsense.

Some 500 academic papers included in this new eye-opening volume show that natural variables, and not human activity, comprise the bulk of what affects the climate conditions of our planet, once again proving the man-made climate change theory to be a lie.

Adding to more than 500 other papers published between 2014-2015 that came to similar conclusions, this latest body of research calls into question decades of research that has blamed modern mankind’s use of fossil fuels for warming earth temperatures and rising sea levels.

As it turns out, real science shows that air and water conditions are constantly in flux and that these variances are more a product of natural earth cycles like sun activity and oceanic oscillations than people driving cars and eating meat.

Anthropogenic CO2 emissions, as they’re often called, include things like air pollution from factories and cars, and these factors most often bear the brunt of climate criticism.
 But this judgment is entirely without merit, as research countering the man-made climate change hypothesis — of which there is plenty — paints a much different picture as to why climate conditions aren’t the same as they were 20 years ago.

“[T]hese scientific papers strongly suggest that natural factors, have both in the past and present exerted a significant or dominant influence on weather and climate changes, which means an anthropogenic signal may be much more difficult to detect in the context of such large natural variability,” writes Kenneth Richard for No Tricks Zone.

 

 

“Papers questioning (and undermining) the ‘consensus’ view on paleoclimate (Medieval) warmth, ocean acidification, glacier melt and advance, sea level rise, extreme weather events, past climate forcing mechanisms, climate sensitivity to CO2, etc., are included in this collection.” (Source)

The United Nations largely responsible for perpetuating fake science in support of man-made climate change.

And of course, Al Gore is a “Climate Change Whore.”

 

 

The Daily Caller
Michael Bastasch
April 25, 2017
 
 

A group of executives who want to fight global warming has published a new report calling for countries to spend up to $600 billion a year over the next two decades to boost green energy deployment and energy efficiency equipment.

The Energy Transitions Commission’s (ETC) report claims “additional investments of around $300-$600 billion per annum do not pose a major macroeconomic challenge,” which they say will help the world meet the goals laid out in the Paris agreement.

ETC is made up of energy executives, activist leaders and investment bankers, including former Vice President Al Gore, who would no doubt get a piece of the trillions of dollars they are calling for.

ETC’s goal is to “accelerate change towards low-carbon energy systems that enable robust economic development” and limit global warming. ETC’s report comes out as the Trump administration considers whether or not to stay party to the Paris agreement, which went into effect in 2016.

Trump has ordered Obama-era policies meant to comply with the Paris agreement be rolled back, but the White House is mulling whether or not to pull out of the agreement altogether.
European countries and energy companies have been pressuring the White House to stay party to Paris.

Royal Dutch Shell, for example, aided the pro-Paris faction of the Trump administration by publicly supporting continued U.S. participation in the United Nations deal.

Shell is a major producer of natural gas, which the company bills as a way to fight global warming.

Shell funds ETC, and the group’s report mainly targets emissions from coal use. ETC calls for “a rapid decrease in unabated coal consumption, a peak of oil in the 2020s and a continued role for gas provided methane leakages are reduced significantly.”

ETC says global carbon dioxide emissions need to be cut from 36 gigatons to 20 gigatons by 2040, and the world needs “net zero” emissions after 2050 to keep global temperatures from hitting 2 degrees Celsius by 2100.

To meet that goal ETC claims the world needs “investment in renewables and other low-carbon technologies some $6 trillion higher ($300 billion per year); while the largest required increases, of almost $9 trillion ($450 billion per year), will be in more efficient energy-saving equipment and buildings.”