Get the facts straight
Climate change is a real problem and we need to fix it but wishful thinking isn’t going to solve the problem. The Paris Treaty will have almost no effect on climate change.
Published by USA Today
By Bjorn Lomborg In a week's time, several thousand well-meaning officials from 194 countries will gather in Cancun, Mexico, for yet another global climate summit. And just as they did last year in Copenhagen, and the year before in Poznan, Poland, and in fact every year since 1995 in a variety of locales from Kyoto, Japan, to Marrakech, Morocco, they will fill the air with apocalyptic warnings about what will happen to the planet if we don't cut carbon emissions drastically. After that, they will go home, once again having done nothing meaningful about global warming. (...)
Published by New York Post
Energy costs are climbing out of control. A gallon of gas costs nearly $1 more than a year ago. Americans are experiencing sticker shock this winter on home-heating costs. Though part of this is due to the world restarting after the pandemic, climate policies are increasingly driving prices up. We need a change of direction.
Published by Forbes
If you don’t learn from history, you’re bound to repeat it. Here in Saint-Denis, northern Paris, a history lesson is sorely needed.
Thousands are gathering here for the 21st international global warming meeting. Hotels are already near-full, broadcasters are setting up, protestors are preparing to roar.
All because this summit is "the last chance" to avert dangerous temperature rises, if we listen to the Earth League or a bunch of others. It’s going to be "too late" if a meaningful treaty isn’t negotiated here in the next few days, says the French president.