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LEGO advertises their Arctic Industry Collection – Payback for the Greenpeace “everything is awesome” smear?

Eric Worrall writes: WUWT readers might recall a nasty but successful Greenpeace campaign a few months ago, which had Santa Claus drowning in oil, seen above, and pressured LEGO Corporation into not renewing its deal with Shell, by spoofing the LEGO “everything is awesome” advertising campaign. Now it appears LEGO is fighting back, with a…

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Sierra Club and Sierra Club Foundation Accused of Tax Law Violations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE –  E&E Legal Files Referral With IRS Regarding Sierra Club and Sierra Club Foundation Tax Law Violations Washington, D.C. – Today, the Energy & Environment Legal Institute (E&E Legal) filed a formal referral with the Internal Revenue Service alleging the Sierra Club and the Sierra Club Foundation are in potential noncompliance regarding…

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Hilarious! Sierra Club & 350.org ditch polar bears as climate mascot, try ‘cat videos’ for climate change instead

In the past we’ve seen polar bears dropped from the sky and animals committing suicide rather than face climate change. Those didn’t go over very well. So, the Sierra Club and the McKibbenites muse to themselves; what to do? Why “kittens” of course.  We”ll borrow from the old National Lampoon Magazine cover and say “do…

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 change,” Greenpeace recently warned several corporations. In a letter co-signed by WWF International and the…

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 the arrangement as “almost unbelievable.” Another said they would cancel their direct debit donation following…