LIVE at NOON CST: ClimateTV – The #COP27 Failure

The United Nations’ COP27 climate change summit has concluded, bringing another year of doomsday predictions, destructive policy promises, and a sharp uptick in private jet use. As the 27th summit, one may expect that delegates would stop sounding the alarm as predictions prove false again and again. Instead, we’re left with promises of climate reparations and claims of unprecedented weather events. However, developing nations have switched course.

Many argued that they should be allowed the freedom to use fossil fuels to lift their citizens out of poverty rather than rely on developed nations that promise infrastructure for renewables but never deliver it. Also, the panel discusses the recently concluded hurricane season. The media predicted a rampant hurricanes brought on by climate change.

Did this prediction hold true? Andy Singer, Anthony Watts, Linnea Lueken, and H. Sterling Burnett break these topics down on today’s episode of Climate Change Roundtable.

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December 2, 2022 9:37 am

At least OPEC is meeting remotely this month.

Reply to  ResourceGuy
December 2, 2022 9:57 am

Now THAT’s some good irony!

December 2, 2022 10:21 am

57 Varieties of snobbery flown in, wined, dined and flown out again.

A bit like the weather; comes and goes

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December 2, 2022 11:03 am

Many people believe in AGW because of the constant propaganda. “Tipping points” coming and going without being realized need the same media exposure as the original claim. And all of them need to be exposed/backdated.

December 2, 2022 11:23 am

looked like there was lots of competition in the try outs for the next greta wannabe .

Tony Sullivan
December 2, 2022 11:25 am

The recent hurricane season was a massive flop when compared to the predictions. This is a good thing, of course, but I’m disappointed that more media outlets didn’t call/point this out. Not that I expected them to.

Reply to  Tony Sullivan
December 2, 2022 2:13 pm

It shows what the real value of predictions is as a tool for biased users.

December 2, 2022 12:54 pm

I trust the panel will closely analyse the climate reparations proposal adopted at COP 27.
For the US, the EU, Britain, Australia and other Western Countries to have adopted this in principle is madness of a very high order indeed.
This concession is the “tar baby” of international climate politics.
It is all very well for Boris Johnson who apologised for the “historical injustice” of the Industrial Revolution to say that no OECD country could afford climate reparations now running into the trillions and “let’s all move on”.
Now developing countries are torn between wanting to use fossil fuels and chasing this pot of gold at the end of the climate reparations rainbow.
Are readers aware that the NY Times recently is carrying a story,”California Panel sizes up Reparations for Black Citizens”?
The Panel wants slavery reparations for descendants of slaves in the 19th century in an estimated sum of $596 billion or $223,000 per citizen!
Now both of these idiocies have to defeated but the doors are open, and the battle will be hard.

Joseph Zorzin
December 2, 2022 2:08 pm

Every time I see John Kerry’s face- I think about those $700 haircuts he gets which annoys me since much of my life I could barely afford a basic haircut of the cheap variety.

December 2, 2022 2:11 pm

This needs to be examined….for alternate motives and circumstances.

Feds grant $75 million to move 3 Native tribes away from rising seas (

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