Deranged Authority: The Force of Culture in Climate Change, worth four academic credits, is set to be taught in the Fall 2018 semester at Cornell University by cultural anthropologist Jennifer Carlson. The course description asserts that “climate denialism is on the rise,” suggesting the increase is related to the rise of “reactionary, rightwing [sic] politics in the United States, UK, and Germany.” ...
Richard Lindzen, MIT emeritus professor of meteorology and a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, found the course “an insult to the intelligence of the students.” “The point of such courses as are proposed for Cornell, is to replace science with belief,” Lindzen argued, adding that students are “encouraged to replace understanding with virtue signaling.”
Gore in 2018: "Speaking at a memorial to the victims of lynching, the former vice-president warned of the disproportionate impacts of global warming"
Gore in 2014: Al Gore advocated “fertility management” to reduce the number of Africans and help mitigate climate change. Gore made his remarks alongside of Bill Gates at a World Economic Forum. The former vice president explained that “making fertility management ubiquitously available” is “crucial” to reduce resource use. “Africa is projected to have more people than China and India by mid-century—more than China and India combined by end of the century. and this is one of the causal factors that must be addressed," Gore warned.
Al Gore’s “Fertility Management” Pitch, in a Nutshell: A wealthy white Western politician is telling the world that there are going to be far too many black people in Africa.
Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown: 'This is a horror' - 'We’re going to have widespread disruption, more conflicts, more terrorism, more insecurity because of climate disruption. The prospect is 3 billion people on this planet will be subject to fatal lethal heat events – 3 billion – and 1 billion will be subjected to vector diseases that they’re not now subject to now.'