Warmist Eric Holthaus — who publicly vowed never to fly again — admits to flying again!


By: - Climate DepotJune 26, 2020 9:29 AM with 0 comments

Climate activist Eric Holthaus once vowed to never fly again. In 2013: “I realized just now: This has to be the last flight I ever take. I’m committing right now to stop flying. It’s not worth the climate,” Holthaus declared after reading a UN IPCC climate report.

But now, Holthaus is back to flying again. Holthaus now admits he flies TO AMSTERDAM “once or twice a year” according to a recent interview.

Holthaus also declared that he may not have kids in 2013. “I’m thinking of vasectomy,” he wrote, adding “no children, happy to go extinct.”

Alas, Holthaus didn’t stay devoted. Two years later, he announced to the world, “My wife and I just had a baby, and it’s quickly becoming the best decision we ever made. . . . Our baby has brought us back from the brink. It’s impossible to be hopeless with a newborn.”

Excerpt from The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change by Marc Morano

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The Politically Incorrect Guide to Climate Change (The Politically Incorrect Guides) by [Morano, Marc]

Warmist meteorologist Eric Holthaus is a passionate and emotional climate activist. After reading the UN IPCC report, Holthaus had a good cry and decided to take personal responsibility for his carbon footprint. “I just broke down in tears in boarding area at SFO while on phone with my wife. I’ve never cried because of a science report before,” Holthaus tweeted in 2013. “I’m thinking of vasectomy,” he wrote, adding “no children, happy to go extinct.”

He also vowed never to fly again, explaining “I realized just now: This has to be the last flight I ever take. I’m committing right now to stop flying. It’s not worth the climate. . . .We all have to do everything we can, every day to reverse CO2 emission. . . . All of our energy, each one of us, should be devoted to this issue.”

Alas, Holthaus didn’t stay devoted. Two years later, he announced to the world, “My wife and I just had a baby, and it’s quickly becoming the best decision we ever made. . . . Our baby has brought us back from the brink. It’s impossible to be hopeless with a newborn. Climate change has changed me. And I don’t think I’m the only one.”

Why get vasectomy to save planet guy Eric Holthaus took the bus instead of flying to an annual weather meeting: ‘I Spent 28 Hours on a Bus. I Loved It’

https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/range/hot-take-4/e/68696569

(At 20:30 in audio interview:)

Mary and Amy talk to The Correspondent’s Eric Holthaus about how to remain optimistic, the ways corona and climate do and don’t intersect, and why you can’t sleep on climate just because there’s another catastrophe unfolding.