Category: Kyoto

Dec292008

How about that global warming?

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It’s no surprise that the top story at the NP Full comment section is the one basically debunking global warming.

Strange how all the talk about bike lanes and fossil fuels go away when we’re all freezing in the middle of winter, which lasts approximately 6 months here in Canada?

Still, the number of climate change skeptics is growing rapidly. Because a funny thing is happening to global temperatures — they’re going down, not up.

via Lorne Gunter: Thirty years of warmer temperatures go poof – Full Comment.

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Nov12006

The sky is not falling

A good thread on the hoax that is Kyoto.

Jun202006

Left oand Right on global warming

At last, the reason why leftists can’t see the global forest for the trees.

Jun142006

Truth is painful

The global warmists, including Al Gore, hardly ever let facts get in the way of their chicken little theories.  Hundreds of scientists who don’t agree don’t deter them either.

Professor Bob Carter of the Marine Geophysical Laboratory at James Cook University, in Australia gives what, for many Canadians, is a surprising assessment: “Gore’s circumstantial arguments are so weak that they are pathetic. It is simply incredible that they, and his film, are commanding public attention.”

Jun102006

Reduce, repeal and rescind

Here is an energy program you won’t read about happening anytime soon – or will you?

Prime Minister Harper needs an alternative to Kyoto. Just about everyone seems to agree that our government can’t just do nothing about greenhouse gas emissions.

Jun12006

No one knows

More proof that humans probably have no effect on the changing global temperatures.

Apr102006

No kidding on Kyoto

The most sensible thing said yet on Kyoto.

“‘Climate change is real’ is a meaningless phrase used repeatedly by activists to convince the public that a climate catastrophe is looming and humanity is the cause. Neither of these fears is justified.

Jan112006

Church of Kyoto

Mark doesn’t worship with the eco-cultists.

That’s the new buzz phrase these days: climate change. We’ve got to stop it, or change it back before it destroys the planet. And, if it doesn’t destroy the planet, circa 2011 the Kyotocrats will be citing lack of climate change as evidence of climate change.

Dec62005

Whither Kyoto

Mark provides an update on the latest eco-terrorists meeting.

Nov52005

Hybrid bunk

Wente drools (click Here Me Roar) over the latest yuppy craze: hybrids.  Never mind that they don’t actually save much fuel.

So who am I to break the news that these hybrids might be a bit of a scam?

For example, that fabulous fuel efficiency they promise you can seldom be achieved by real people driving on real roads

Nov32005

Activist weatherman

It seems just forecasting the weather isn’t enough for David.  He just can’t stop beating the Kyoto drum.  It’s getting tired, Dave.  Put a lid on it and keep guessing the weather.

Canadians can expect to be living in a much different environment in the near future as the earth’s temperature continues to rise and climate change becomes more linked to wild weather, says a senior climatologist.

Sep242005

Flat earth society

Ride the GO train, save Texas – so says our minister of cities.

He even argues that riding the subway instead of vehicles that run on fossil fuels — thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions — could help take the sting out of a hurricane.

“When we encourage people to take public transit, we’re also addressing these issues of more intense hurricanes,” Godfrey said. “We’ve got to connect all those dots for people.”

The scarier thing is that the majority of Canadians actually believe him.  How sad – and dangerous.

Sep172005

Kyoto is dead

Keith notes that Kyoto is, for all intents and purposes, dead.

The bell continues to toll for Kyoto.  Could someone please inform the government of Canada?

Aug22005

Realism trumps farce

A realistic plan to lower pollution has been reached, but you’d never notice in the left wing media.

This week’s environment agreement between the US and five Asia-Pacific states sets a strong alternative to Kyoto. The surprise deal includes China and India, whose output is largely unaffected by Kyoto. The six countries in the new deal, China, India, South Korea, Japan, Australia and the US account for nearly half of world greenhouse gas emissions.

Maybe Canada should sign on, since it won’t even come close to the Kyoto targets anyway.

May312005

Shaky foundation

Apparently, the house that Kyoto built is based on

a pile of manure. Let’s hope it sinks quietly into the abyss before it gets build too high.