- In December 2005, An NFL game purchased carbon offsets to fight alleged global warming. The Winter Olympics in 2006 bought carbon offsets. The racket was making money long before Al Gore's movie or ClimateGate. They haven't been waiting around for 'results' of a non-review of 'the science.'
11/2/2009, from the NY Times: "Last month, the cabinet of Maldives donned scuba gear and held an underwater meeting to highlight the threat of global warming to that nation, the world’s lowest." (last item in article)
- (The NY Times is living on a bailout from a Lebanese-Mexican billionaire. It was otherwise 'unsustainable.' ****)
- 'Green about the gills'
- "Perhaps now we can put the manufactured controversy known as Climategate behind us and turn to the task of actually doing something about global warming,"
- is the unquestionable truth.
Environmentalists' appeal to authority is no longer effective except with those, like the Times's editors,
- who have an ideological stake in accepting it. For the rest of us, it only further diminishes their credibility."...
- In 1997, the 'industry' got together for the Kyoto agreement to funnel money to the UN for global warming functions.
- Big banks run the climate scam and everyone knows it. (The NY Times could bring it down in one day with one front page headline). Bloomberg will report it in a matter of fact manner, and is correct in assuming no one will react. The average American is overburdened and can't begin to deal with the hidden, intricate process by which he is being strangled. In any event, "the science" was not examined or questioned. ed.
- No less chagrined must be Gordon Brown, who sees the carbon market as key to the global response to climate change,
- and to the economic fortunes of the City of London.
As Brown told WWF in 2007, the government wanted binding limits on developed country emissions in a post-2012 climate agreement,
- because London was the world's carbon trading capital,
and "only hard caps can create the framework necessary for a global carbon market to flourish".
- Thus he made it clear that the health of the carbon market took a rather
- higher priority than the health of the climate system."...
- via Tom Nelson. photo afp, staged in Maldives in 2009 leading up to the Copenhagen fest.
- The planet changes naturally and at one time, was ice free.