But Climate Depot publisher Marc Morano pointed out that those who predicted more major hurricane activity due to climate change now want to change the definition of a major hurricane because their predictions have fallen short of reality. “With a new metric, warmists can declare every storm ‘unprecedented’ and a new ‘record’,” Morano said.
Nearly 200 nations have reached a deal, announced Saturday morning after all-night negotiations, to limit the use of greenhouse gases far more powerful than carbon dioxide in a major effort to fight climate change. The talks on hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, were called the first test of global will since the historic Paris Agreement to cut carbon emissions was reached last year.
Environmental groups had hoped that the deal could reduce global warming by a half-degree Celsius by the end of this century. This agreement gets about 90 percent of the way there, said Durwood Zaelke, president of the Institute for Governance and Sustainable Development. Zaelke's group said this is the "largest temperature reduction ever achieved by a single agreement."
The new refrigerant is at least 10 times as costly as the one it replaces...And then there is the safety issue. Daimler began raising red flags in 2012. A video the company made public was stark. It showed a Mercedes-Benz hatchback catching fire under the hood after 1234yf refrigerant leaked during a company simulation.
Obama EPA Chief Gina McCarthy: 'I would waste no time with climate deniers. If they haven't figured it out by now, what in God's name can anyone say to them that would make them figure it out. The science is overwhelming. I don't check out flat earth society, and I'm not talking to climate deniers. That's it.'
Ansari then insults those skeptical about the climate change dogma, despite the number of failed climate models, the flat-out wrong predictions and the corruption rampant in climate science. “He doesn’t believe in climate change. Do you know how dumb you have to be to not believe in climate change at this point?”
Answering questions later, Morano told one audience member that he would “put on a disguise” to avoid being recognised in Morocco. “We're just going there to expose them … They're not gonna expect us to be there … They might recognize me, but … I'll put on a disguise,” Morano says.
Will the UN discover Morano in his inconspicuous disguise!?
“It could be the trigger for the next financial crisis,” he said, noting that climate change can force a sudden change in prices in a similar way that the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union damaged the sterling’s value. Fisher, an expert on monetary policy and financial markets, explained the effects of climate change — storms, drought, and other environmental instability — can move financial markets as there is a risk of “system-wide repricing of assets happening quite suddenly.” He also said that policy changes, such as implementing a carbon tax, could have a market effect.
“While Pope Francis’ environmental call may have increased some individuals’ concerns about climate change, it backfired with conservative Catholics and non-Catholics, who not only resisted the message but defended their pre-existing beliefs by devaluing the pope’s credibility on climate change,” says Nan Li, lead author of the study.
EU member of Parliament Roger Helmer: I was delighted to welcome Marc Morano and his colleague Chris Rogers to the Brussels parliament for the very first Belgian screening of their movie “Climate Hustle” Marc is the main man at Climate Depot, a project of CFACT and is the co-writer and presenter of the film. And before you ask, no, Marc is not a climate scientist (but of course, neither are most of the IPCC’s “experts” either). He is in fact an investigative journalist who has devoted much of his career to challenging the claims of the global warming lobby. The movie was shown to an invited audience in our group meeting room in Brussels to a diverse audience of MEPs, staffers and external visitors. It was followed by a lively Q&A session, which was not entirely dominated by the sceptic faction. There were several perceptive but respectful questions from a pro-orthodoxy position.
Helmer: "Marc Morano is perhaps the most prominent campaigner against climate alarmism."