Watch below. Even CNN’s Chris Cuomo seems skeptical of Steyer’s plans to control energy and industry in the U.S.A.
At the center of the corruption of climate science discussed here a highly technical scenario of the future (called Representation Concentration Pathway 8.5 or RCP8.5). Over the past decade this particular scenario has moved from an extreme outlier to the center of climate policy discussions.
According to the New York Times, in November 2012, one month after stepping down from the hedge fund he led, Steyer gathered environmental leaders and Democratic party leaders around the kitchen table at his ranch in Pescadero, California. Among those in attendance were Bill McKibben, the founder of 350.org, and John Podesta, who had founded the Center for American Progress (CAP) in 2003 to promote progressive causes.
Each of Steyer, Bloomberg and Paulson contributed $500,000 to the initial project, which was focused on “making the climate threat feel real, immediate and potentially devastating to the business world.”
Time Magazine ‘Hero of the Environment’ Michael Shellenberger on Tom Styer: “Head of Sierra Club calls billionaire fossil fuel magnate turned megalomaniacal Democratic presidential candidate ‘another climate champ.’ Not the Onion, sadly.