EPA Chief Gina McCarthy: 'Scientists are as sure that humans are causing climate change as they are that cigarette smoke causes lung cancer. So unless you want to debate that point, don't debate about climate change any longer.'
Fox Business Host Stuart Varney - 'Varney & Company' - August 5, 2015
Morano on Obama's EPA 'Climate' Plan: 'They are selling us a bill of goods. Even if you believed it, this is a nonsensical plan when it comes to climate with a lot of economic pain.'
'NASA's former lead global warming scientist James Hansen came and said this plan is 'practically worthless' and he said 'you've got to be kidding me'. Obama's own EPA chief admitted it would have no impact on global temperature let alone impacts on global CO2 levels. It's pure symbolism.'
Morano on BBC TV: 'If the Democrats win the White House with a committed global warming agenda. Then I believe global warning skeptics will be possibly been defeated, despite having won every political battle going back decades, not having the UN's Kyoto Protocol ratified in U.S., defeating cap-and-trade...Now, it could always be reversed like it was in Australia, where they had a huge carbon tax and then reversed it.'
EPA chief under fire at House Hearing over agencies handling of sexual 'predator'
Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee: "This was a predator who was fed a steady diet of interns. The first time that this should happen he should have been fired, he should have probably been referred to the authorities for criminal prosecution. It happened ten times and you never did that. You still haven't done that that for this person."
...EPA's McCarthy: "We took prompt action..."
Chaffetz: "You moved his cubicle four spaces away! You think that is appropriate?!...'I got two young daughters too. I would never send them to the EPA t. It is the most toxic place to work that I have ever heard of.'
“The world needs to take a collective yawn at Hansen’s latest claims and ask how in the world was this man ever allowed to be in charge of the NASA temperature datasets,” Climate Depot publisher Marc Morano told MRC Business.
“The best projections tell us that we have less than 100 months to alter our behaviour before we risk catastrophic climate change,” the Prince of Wales said in a speech in Rio de Janeiro, as reported by the [U.K.] Telegraph. Four months later, he predicted in an interview with the [U.K.] Independent that the Earth had 96 months left to avoid “irretrievable climate and ecosystem collapse, and all that goes with it.” That prediction, which he continued to reference in other interviews, would have given the world until 2017 before reaching the “tipping point” of environmental catastrophe driven by climate change.