Mixed messages from warmist Richard Branson today: “the changes the world is seeing are entirely man made; and time is running out to prevent a complex web of catastrophes”; “Everybody out there needs to reduce their own personal impact”, also check out the Jacuzzi on the roof of my Necker Island mansion!


By: - Climate DepotOctober 14, 2013 2:06 PM

Mixed messages from warmist Richard Branson today: “the changes the world is seeing are entirely man made; and time is running out to prevent a complex web of catastrophes”; “Everybody out there needs to reduce their own personal impact”, also check out the Jacuzzi on the roof of my Necker Island mansion!

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The risk of doing nothing – Virgin.com[Branson] The message is clearer than ever: the changes the world is seeing are entirely man made; and time is running out to prevent a complex web of catastrophes sending shockwaves through our economies, societies and the natural world. …Everybody out there needs to reduce their own personal impact, and that includes yours truly. But we also need to spread the message to politicians, employers, businesses, media, friends and family. Governments need to have the integrity, courage and determination to negotiate internationally binding agreements to cut emissions. They should introduce national policies that cut carbon emissions and simultaneously make the world a more ethical, renewable place. And climate deniers need to be called out, debated and rallied against; the science is clear enough now.Twitter / richardbransonA Jacuzzi on the roof? Sure there will be plenty more kids conceived on #Necker now! http://virg.in/pffRichard Branson moves from UK to holiday retreat Necker Island | News.com.auSIR Richard Branson has left Britain and is living on his holiday island of Necker in the British Virgin Islands, his spokesman says. Richard Branson reopens luxurious Necker Island home — and it only costs $60,000 to stay there – NY Daily NewsThe house includes a 1,500-square-foot master bedroom and some modifications to the previous version, the London Evening Standard reports. It’s now open for business for guests who are willing to pay the $60,000 rent for the house.

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