Today: 09.Dec.2019
John Shanahan

John Shanahan

Judith Curry was professor at the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology until colleagues siding with catastrophic man-made global warming forced her to resign: The extreme rhetoric of the Extinction Rebellion and other activists is making political agreement on climate change policies more difficult. Exaggerating the dangers beyond credibility makes it difficult to take real climate change seriously. The monomaniacal focus on elimination of fossil fuel emissions distracts our attention from the primary causes of many of our problems and effective solutions. Common sense strategies to reduce vulnerability to extreme weather events, improve environmental quality, develop better energy technologies, improve agricultural and land use practices, and better manage water resources can pave the way for a more prosperous and secure future.

Greta Thunberg, Swedish high school student leading global campaign against fossil fuels: She set up camp at COP25 in Madrid, Spain, December 2019. This is a first report. She declares that the world is in a man-made climate crisis. Political leaders have done nothing to correct the crisis by redistributing wealth and stopping use of fossil fuels. Photos added to this report show that the world is a beautiful place, not in a catastrophic man-made climate crisis. Russia and China ignore Greta Thunberg but are delighted that the West has to contend with her and all the global warming alarmists attending COP25.

Patrick Moore, Ph.D. Ecology, Co-Founder of Greenpeace: This is a collection of videos about man-made global warming and related topics (there is no serious man-made global warming problem), fossil fuels, agriculture and urgent needs of humanity that Patrick Moore has been working on for decades.

S Jamil, T N Chowdhury, R Islam, engineering students at the University of Asia-Pacific, Dhaka, Bangladesh: Bangladesh, one of the populous countries in Asia suffers from energy shortages. Years of under-investment, lack of maintenance and perpetual resource supply problems have elevated the situation to crisis levels. National policy makers have expressed an interest in nuclear power as a source of stable electricity. Bangladesh's energy infrastructure is quite small, insufficient and poorly managed. The per capita energy consumption in Bangladesh is one of the lowest in the world.