Mega-Rich Environmentalists Respond To Questions About Their Use Of Private Jets

From The Daily Caller Chris White Tech Reporter December 09, 2019 11:15 AM ET Billionaire Bill Gates and former Vice President Al Gore responded to criticism that their use of jets somehow conflicts with their desire to fight global warming, Axios reported Monday. Gates suggested to Axios’s Amy Harder that his heavy investments in green…

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British yacht skipper, 26, wiped out the carbon emissions saved by Greta Thunberg’s sail across the Atlantic by flying out to the US to help her

From The Daily Mail Nikki Henderson, 26, flew to the US to sail 48-foot catamaran the La Vagabonde Voyage meant to save approximately 2 or 3 tons of carbon dioxide emissions But Ms Henderson’s flight to US to skipper vessel likely produced same amount By Jemma Carr For Mailonline Published: 04:40 EST, 1 December 2019…

Red China: Climate Change Leader (/SARC)

Guest sarcasm by David Middleton Some recent headlines: China is positioned to lead on climate change as the US rolls back its policies, September 12, 2019 Country Is Playing Leading Role in the Debate Over Climate Change, Beijing is a solid supporter of the Paris agreement’s principles, recent NY Times infomercial How China overtook the…

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Open Letter: Extinction Rebellion Climate Celebrities Admit Their Hypocrisy – But Blame Everyone Else

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Extinction Rebellion has finally responded to repeated accusations of climate hypocrisy – by blaming “the system” for their personal carbon excesses. Dear journalists who have called us hypocrites, You’re right.  We live high carbon lives and the industries that we are part of have huge carbon footprints. Like you –…

Believing in climate change doesn’t mean you are preparing for climate change, study finds

University of Notre Dame Perhaps “researchers” are only measuring virtue signaling~ctm Believing in climate change has no effect on whether or not coastal homeowners are protecting their homes from climate change-related hazards, according to a new study from the University of Notre Dame. Funded by Notre Dame’s Global Adaptation Initiative (ND-GAIN), the study analyzed data…