The Raleigh teen wants North Carolina to commit to reducing carbon dioxide emissions by at least 4 percent each year.
13-year old Hallie Turner: 'I read Al Gore's book, 'An Inconvenient Truth', and that just insanely inspired me and opened my eyes to how big of an issue it was.' - 'I was inspired me to take action because of that.' - Turner has a 'passion for climate justice.'
The report’s authors appear to be unaware that there has been no global warming since 1998, that malaria has nothing to do with “climate change”, that CO2 is widely considered to be boon to agriculture, that there has been no increase in hurricanes and that computer projections of what climate change might be doing in 2030 and how much diarrheal disease this might cause have all the predictive reliability of leaves at the bottom of a tea cup.
Gore’s avalanche of statistics and images is designed to overwhelm, to make the reality of climate change undeniable. The heat trapped in the atmosphere by greenhouse gases, he explains, is the equivalent of exploding 400,000 atomic bombs every day. “The denialists challenge everything I say, but they’ve never challenged that one—and believe me, they would if they could,” he added