Stern will simply claim he had ‘good intentions’, like all the global warming vampires caught red-handed sucking the blood out of the taxpayer, fraudulently.
Time to lockup those who take advantage of the taxpayer under the guise of “saving the planet”. Really.
By Andrew Bolt ~
One of the most influential warming alarmists (and an Australian ABC darling) hasn’t just wildly exaggerated the dangers of global warming.
Sir Nicholas Stern’s Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy also exaggerated the work it’s done – claiming cash from the British Government by boasting of research it never did:
One of the world’s leading institutes for researching the impact of global warming has repeatedly claimed credit for work done by rivals – and used it to win millions from the taxpayer.
An investigation by The Mail on Sunday also reveals that when the Centre for Climate Change Economics and Policy (CCCEP) made a bid for more Government funds, it claimed it was responsible for work that was published before the organisation even existed. Last night, our evidence was described by one leading professor whose work was misrepresented as ‘a clear case of fraud –…
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Aside from lifting billions out of abject poverty, through the use of cheap, efficient and reliable fossil-fuel based energy, (smart) China and India recognise the growing manufacturing vacuum left by a “global warming” obsessed West destroying their jobs and industries with draconian climate policy and overreaching green regs.
By Paul Homewood
So much for Paris!
The above analysis is from Energy Transition Advisors, a green propaganda group, who are, somewhat naively, alarmed about what is going on in China and India.
According to their Global Coal Plant Tracker, this is the coal fired capacity in the pipeline:
GW New Pipeline Coal Plant Capacity
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Eisenhower warned of the corruption of science with politics in 1960.
“The prospect of domination of the nation’s scholars by Federal employment, project allocation, and the power of money is ever present and is gravely to be regarded.
Yet in holding scientific discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.”
– President Eisenhower 1960
I never in my life thought I’d see this article, never. I witnessed the corruption of National Geographic and Scientific American into political cesspools, but I never thought this would happen. Nature has sunk to the depths of blatant political advocacy. They don’t even seem to read their own writing, because the first line says:
In March 2011, this publication suggested that the US Congress seemed lost in the “intellectual wilderness”.
The Republicans had taken over the House of Representatives, and one of the early acts of the chamber’s science committee was to approve legislation that denied the threat of climate change. As it turns out, this was just one tiny piece of a broader populist movement that was poised to transform the US political scene. Judging by the current presidential campaign, when it comes to reason, decency and use of evidence, much of the country’s political system seems to…
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