Marc Morano: 'The UN is first and foremost political and they have bastardized science to achieve a political end...The UN claims that they can alter global temperature and storminess and weather events many decades to 100 years into the future. And the United Nations does not have that power -- that is reserved for medieval witchcraft.'
Morano: 'If we did face a climate catastrophe and we had to rely on the UN, we would all be doomed! People in the developing world need carbon based energy. It has been one of the greatest liberators of mankind in the history of our planet. It brought us long life expectancy, low infant mortality. We should be here to praise carbon based energy.'
Col. Walt Cunningham to UN: 'CO2 is not a pollutant! Earth’s climate history indicates CO2 is not a major factor in climate change. The UN has twisted science in order to enrich itself and inflates its own importance.'
Climate Depot's Morano: 'The science behind the claims of man-made global warming continue to wackier and wackier.'
Morano on UN climate process: 'This is a political pressure campaign. The UN climate process will do nothing for climate change and it is completely designed to enrich the UN. This is a self-interested UN trying to get more money and more power for itself.'
Climate Depot's Marc Morano on Canada's Sun News: 'UN TAKES AIM AT CANADA ON CLIMATE CHANGE- Broadcast Dec. 5, 2014 - 'UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon is criticizing Canada, yet again, over its "inaction" on climate change.'
Morano on UN climate process: 'This is a political pressure campaign. The UN climate process will do nothing for climate change and it is completely designed to enrich the UN. This is a self-interested UN trying to get more money and more power for itself. Make no mistake about it -- this has nothing to do with climate change...Nothing will be accomplished for the climate -- this is all about empowering UN bureaucracy.'
Morano on China: 'China has just become the world's number one economic power this week. China is building on average one coal plant a week. While the U.S. is shutting our coal plants down and preventing future ones. It tells you a little bit about how vital energy is to economic growth. China has essentially pledged nothing.'
'Canada joins Australia and others who have been called on to do more by the UN. Canada and Australia are the two strongest countries (standing up to the UN) right now. I tip my hat to you being in the U.S. because we are going full throttle into this UN climate mess....If anything my advice to Canada is be more like Australia and stand up to the UN.'
UK Guardian: 'When a climate science denialist starts congratulating your country on its stance at major international climate change talks, you know things have gone decidedly bad. 'Australia gets it,' said the climate science denialist talking head Marc Morano, a man most often seen verballing peer-reviewed science on conservative American cable news channels. But Morano made another statement that seemed to be an attempt make the brains of as many greenies as possible go kaboom. “Coal is the moral choice,” said Morano. But what appeared then to be a ridiculous statement, is now Australia’s official political position. We’ve had Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s “coal is good for humanity”, the Treasurer Joe Hockey’s “we export coal to lift nations out of poverty” and the Finance Minister Matthias Cormann’s “coal is good”.
Reality Check: Sen. Inhofe's assertions are correct and backed by evidence. Streisand admitted key climate role and gave at least a quarter of a million dollars to fund the climate activism of a lead author of the UN IPCC.
Scientist to the Hollywood Stars: UN IPCC Lead Author Michael Oppenheimer 'was the holder of the 'Barbra Streisand Chair of Environmental Studies' at Environmental Defense Fund'
Streisand: 'My Foundation started supporting climate change work in 1989, when I donated a quarter of a million dollars to support the work of environmental scientist Dr. Michael Oppenheimer at EDF. Since then, I, and others have spent countless millions on this issue.'