Category Archives: NGOs

BREAKING: Senate report exposes the climate-environmental movement as being a cash machine controlling the EPA

How a Club of Billionaires and Their Foundations Control the Environmental Movement and Obama’s EPA A new report was released today by the Senate Environment and Public Works committee, and it is damning. All this time that climate skeptics are … Continue reading

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Posted in Climate cash, EPA, Green Mafia, NGOs | 135 Comments

Greens go by air: Internal food fight over excutive response to airplane travel at Greenpeace – firings demanded

People send me stuff. An entertaining row has emerged over the behavior of the director of Greenpeace International Program, Pascal Husting, and the Greenpeace  International Executive Director, Kumi Naidoo.  It seems they are both are in hot water over airplanes … Continue reading

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Holding Greenpeace accountable

Poor countries should hold Big Green groups and directors liable for deaths, ravage they cause Guest opinion by Paul Driessen Fossil fuel and insurance company executives “could face personal liability for funding climate denialism and opposing policies to fight climate … Continue reading

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Greens Go by Air – Greenpeace edition by Josh

Josh has a nice travel sticker for suitcases to offset this stupidity. From the National Post: One of Greenpeace’s most senior executives commutes 400 kilometres each way to work by plane, the environmental group has admitted.  … One volunteer described … Continue reading

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Crackdown: India Curbs Greenpeace Funding

The Hindu, 19 June 2014Varghese K GeorgeIndian Home Ministry places curbs on each foreign donationFollowing an Intelligence Bureau (IB) report that alleged foreign-funded NGOs were creating obstacles to India’s economic growth, the Home Ministry has clamped down on Greenpeace, an … Continue reading

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India Labels Greenpeace A ‘Threat To National Economic Security’

From The Indian Express, 11 June 2014 Priyadarshi Siddhanta & Amitav Ranjan An Intelligence Bureau report on foreign-funded NGOs “negatively impacting economic development” in India has called Greenpeace “a threat to national economic security”, citing activities ranging from protests against nuclear and … Continue reading

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Climate Chaos, and hanging out with, like, marmots and wolverines

A conference in Portland Report by Rod McLaughlin I attended the “Cascadia Confluence” on April 20th in Portland. The idea is, human beings should organize themselves into “bioregions” instead of nation states. For example, Vancouver, BC, is in the same … Continue reading

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National Wildlife Federation ‘jumps the shark’ – claims school animal mascots are at risk for climate change

Egads!  The stupid, it burns like magnesium. And I thought the cannibal lobsters were bad. This is what I call parasitic messaging, they are hoping they will get some sort of mention in March Madness basketball related stories. – Anthony … Continue reading

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Case study: how to fight the Sierra Club with no money

John Droz, Jr. sends this new item In October of 2013, a major wind project was targeted for coastal North Carolina. I decided to use this as a test case for AWED’s model wind ordinance. The results were excellent from … Continue reading

Posted in Energy, NGOs, wind power | 92 Comments

Greenpeace disappears a founder, much like ‘The Commissar Vanishes’ in Soviet Russia

On our Friday Funny, which pointed out that Dr. Michael Mann labeled Greenpeace co-founder Dr. Patrick Moore as a “garden variety troll”, we thought it was funny that Dr. Mann couldn’t make the connection to who he was labeling.  But … Continue reading

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AGU summarily rejects minority report without due process

Further Discussion on the Narrow Process of the AGU Review of Climate Change Guest essay by Roger A. Pielke Sr. With the appearance of the new 2013 WG1 IPCC report, it is useful to visit my recent experience with the … Continue reading

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Kenji gets mail – ‘Union of Concerned Scientists’ wants a one-sided Senate hearing panel, asks for money

Kenji got this in his inbox today (donation links redacted): ============================================================= UCS supporter— It’s bad enough that climate deniers get elected to Congress. But it gets much worse: some purveyors of disinformation sit on the House Science Committee. Rep. Lamar … Continue reading

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Shock news from ‘Forecast the Facts’ – “HadCRUT is not peer reviewed”

I’m sure Phil Jones will need to be notified right away that this paper on HadCRUT4 was never actually published. Justin Templer writes on Twitter and provides screencaps:

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Greenpeace climbs Shard tower in London because they think it looks like ice

The stupid, it burns. #iceclimb  is probably the dumbest and most transparent ploy for donations ever by Greenpeace. They say: This building – modelled on a shard of ice – sits slap bang in the middle of Shell’s three London … Continue reading

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Avaaz! Save the world from a slushy death, just £2

People send me stuff. This is an email solicitation claiming that if you send Avaaz £2 a week (About $3.07 USD at current exchange rate) they’ll somehow be able to help NSIDC’s Julienne Stroeve get started putting back that Arctic ice, … Continue reading

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Great moments in activist climate science – NRDC’s Dr. Laurie Johnson: ‘CO2 makes your car hot’

People send me stuff. This makes Bill Nye’s recent CNN fail look almost forgivable. My friend Lars Larson, who runs a nationally syndicated radio show out of Portland, OR sent me this audio clip today. I had to listen to … Continue reading

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Stop global warming, get paid $12-13 per hour

…plus benefits if you work more than 350 hours… Spotted on the Orange County Craigslist by WUWT reader “Roy”, you’d think with a €236.9 million (2011) budget, they could afford something other than Craigslist.

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Kenji sniffs out stupid claims by the Union of Concerned Scientists

For those of you who don’t know yet, Kenji is our family dog. Kenji is also a official dues paying member of the Union of Concerned scientists. see: Friday Funny – The newest member of the Union of Concerned Scientists because … Continue reading

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Bill McKibben is not what he seems to be – I catch him in a lie

While Bill McKibben tries to portray himself as just a concerned citizen out to change the world due to his fears of global warming, by running a “grassroots organization”, the reality is he’s quite well funded by the rich, as … Continue reading

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BBC edits out climate warming data in climbdown

Just like the IPCC and its reliance on reports from activist NGO’s has gotten them burned, so has the BBC. From the Daily Mail: The BBC has been forced into an embarrassing climbdown over climate change claims made in Sir … Continue reading

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The Alliance, and how it Protects the Climate

I got to reading about Al Gore today, and started wondering about his Climate Reality Project (CRP). So I looked up the background of the company on Guidestar. The official name of the CRP is the Alliance for Climate Protection. … Continue reading

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When bankers turn climatologists

From the world bank…sound the general alarm! (sound of klaxons) But see the data at the end. 4-degrees briefing for the World Bank: The risks of a future without climate policy Humankind’s emissions of greenhouse gases are breaking new records … Continue reading

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The “Toxic Twenty”: Keeping America’s Lights On

Guest Post by David Middleton The National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is out with their latest “Toxic Twenty” list… The NRDC’s report is standard green claptrap. Kentucky led the Toxic Twenty, “emitting nearly 40.6 million pounds of harmful chemicals” in … Continue reading

Posted in Alarmism, Coal, Energy, Environment, NGOs, Satire | Tagged , , , , | 59 Comments follows the Mooney directive, but will anyone care?

Hilarity from, they are following Mooney’s rant: time to act is now right now. I guess they’ll be known as Mooneys now. Expect weepy Bill McKibben to give a melting oratory. July 6, 2012 PHOTO CALL/MEDIA ADVISORY Giant Ice … Continue reading

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New Association to push for common sense on Scottish Climate & Energy policy.

PRESS RELEASE A new organisation was created in Dunblane, Scotland to advocate a pragmatic approach to issues like Global Warming and renewable energy. “Scotland was literally and physically made by our climate: The ice ages formed our valleys; our cuisine … Continue reading

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Sierra Club hires EPA official who wanted to ‘crucify’ EPA lawbreakers

The Hill reports: A former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official who resigned earlier this year for comparing his work to crucifixion has found new employment with a leading green group. The Sierra Club on Friday announced that Al Armendariz would … Continue reading

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‘Green grabs': The dark side of the green economy

From the Institute of Development Studies ‘Green’ market initiatives are increasing poverty; local ecosystem stewardship must be nurtured instead ‘Green grabbing’ – the rapidly-growing appropriation of land and resources in the name of ‘green ‘ biofuels, carbon offsetting schemes, conservation … Continue reading

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H2O 2012 conference theme: “please send money”

From Stanford University , this press release with a “who the heck cares?” question as a title. We have far bigger problems in California to worry about. It is another one of these “might result” weasel word press releases in … Continue reading

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Friday Funny – The newest member of the Union of Concerned Scientists

Readers may recall this story a few weeks back: Be a “concerned scientist” – valid credit card required Reader DJ writes in Tips & Notes: Since becoming a member of the Union of Concerned Scientists when I found out all you … Continue reading

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IPCC: Resistance is futile

Donna Laframboise has an excellent piece on how the IPCC has been assimilated by influence from the WWF. Apparently hawking the threat of dead panda bears is quite lucrative, Donna writes: It is important to understand that while the WWF … Continue reading

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