Bill McKibben Despairs at the failure of Shareholder Climate Activism

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Prominent climate activist Bill McKibben is unhappy that fund managers seem to be putting profits ahead of action to curb climate change. Let’s give up the climate change charade: Exxon won’t change its stripes Every year at the shareholders’ annual meeting, there is an attempt to push the company on…

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Do the Math – Count the cash

Al Gore, Bill McKibben and the color of money: A true religious experience Guest essay by Paul Driessen and Dennis Mitchell Some years ago, a telegenic televangelist built quite an empire, before publicly falling from grace and adopting a less opulent life style. But back then he liked big homes and Lear jets with Rolls…

The Global Warming Cause – one man's quest for victimhood

Tim Blair writes at The Telegraph blogs about weepy Bill McKibben as examined by a specialist. Blair writes: Stanley Kurtz examines our old pal Bill McKibben, whose warming obsession evolved from his cravings for victimhood: In a 1996 piece titled “Job and Matthew,” McKibben describes his arrival at college in 1978 as a liberal-leaning student…

Bill McKibben's excellent eco-hypocrisy

I’ve sometimes thought Bill McKibben was little more than a do as I say not as I do type fraud, especially since he flies so much. #greensgobyair . Seems I was right. Via Twitchy: ============================================================= Environmentalist Bill McKibben is the head of the anti-carbon group 350.org as well as a “notable member” of the “Plastic…

Quote of the Week: Bill McKibben's self delusion

I had a tough time deciding if this should be “Quote of the Week” or “Climate Craziness of the Week”.  The quote is from 350.org’s founder Bill McKibben, who says: I, as you can tell, am the furthest thing from an activist leader. I’m a writer. One might believe that…. except for right above that…

Peter H. Gleick, 'genius'

In a hilarious claim, Gleick proves once again his genius label is eclipsed by his own dogma. A couple of days ago I got pulled into the Twitter feed of Dr. Peter Gleick, we’ll get to that shortly. You know him, he’s the guy from the Pacific Institute who posed as a board member for…