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No Need to Rush Passage of Climate/Energy Bill

With the defeat of the Murkowski Resolution  the ability of the EPA to regulate greenhouse gases has been upheld.  Therefore, there is absolutely no need for the comprehensive climate/energy bill being promoted by Senators Kerry and Lieberman.See the excellent analysis by Rosalind Peterson of Agriculture Defense Coalition and the attached poster we took to every Senate office in January.

Note that the Copenhagen Accord calls for the use of “unregulated markets” to promote unspecified adaptation and mitigation actions.  It sets up a UN Copenhagen Green Climate Fund to which President Obama pledged $100 billion a year from the United States…. Continue Reading

“Abolish U.N. Climate Panel, Indict Chief”

‘Abolish U.N. climate panel, indict chief’
Former Thatcher adviser documents fraud by global body
Posted: May 18, 2010
8:34 pm Eastern

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=155701

By Jerome R. Corsi
© 2010 WorldNetDaily

Lord Christopher Monckton lectures in Chicago yesterday

CHICAGO – Lord Christopher Monckton, a former science adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, called for the abolishment of the United Nations climate committee and the indictment of the U.N.’s chief climate scientist for financial fraud.
Monckton was the featured speaker today at the closing luncheon of the Heartland Institute’s Fourth International Conference on … Continue Reading

Geoengineering Moratorium Proposal

ETC Group
News Release
18 May 2010
www.etcgroup.org

United Nations science body calls for halt on climate-hacking experiments
Geoengineering moratorium proposal will go to UN Biodiversity Convention

http://www.handsoffmotherearth.org/

Nairobi, Kenya – A formal recommendation for a moratorium on all climate
geoengineering activities is being sent to the United Nations Convention on
Biological Diversity (CBD) for consideration by its 193 member governments
when the CBD gathers in Nagoya Japan this October.

Governments attending the Nairobi meeting of the scientific subcommittee of
the UN Convention (SBSTTA 14) agreed late last week to forward the
groundbreaking recommendation after a high degree of consensus was reached.
In a related move, the scientific subcommittee also reviewed and supported
the ongoing … Continue Reading