Marc Morano: The United Nations knows nothing about how to be prosperous. That’s the first point. The man who made these comments the Secretary General Antonio Gutierrez is the former president of Socialist International. So when you put that together the United Nations particularly their climate agenda, trying to siphon off 100 billion dollars a year from the developed world to give to the developing world as some kind of wealth transfer is telling Texas how to be prosperous is absolutely absurd, ridiculous.
And here’s the kicker, Texas is the largest oil and gas producer. It led the world in breaking the United States energy independent and dominant over the last decade, the United States led the world in reducing CO2 emissions, which the UN chief purports to care about. And that reason is because natural gas is replacing coal in the United States. So if anything, Texas should be the model for the energy economy of the world with with the oil and gas, and with the economic prosperity that brings the United Nations has it exactly backwards.
Morano: The problem is, is when governments get involved in these policies, they’re trying to ban energy now — oil, gas, fossil fuels and mandate that wind and solar take over. Wind and solar are only 4% of combined of US energy production. To somehow make that replace the 80% of fossil fuels by 2060, or whatever. It’s just government fantasy at the moment.
Texas by trying to limit their fossil fuel use — when any developed country in Western Europe and United States start limiting our energy — all it means is we’re going to end up outsourcing it to countries that don’t have the same environmental standards as the United States, as Europe and particularly Texas. It means we’re going to outsource energy to the Middle East as the Biden administration is begging OPEC to increase oil producdtion. We have Russian oil imports at an 11 year high.
We want domestic high environmental standard American energy. And as a Texas governor actually said he told the UN to go pound sand with their recommendations and that’s exactly what America should tell the UN at this upcoming UN Climate Summit.
Fox News anchor: Well, I was gonna say we are out of time, but you will be at next week’s climate summit in Scotland where President Biden is expected to attend. So we’ll be looking for maybe we’ll catch up with you afterwards and see how that ends up playing out. But in the meantime, you can pick up marks book Green Fraud, available online and in stores. Marc Morano thank you for joining us appreciate it.
Oct. 26, 2021 – 3:29 – The Lone Star State told it will have to diversify its economy in order to be ‘prosperous.’ Marc Morano, author of ‘Green Fraud,’ reacts on ‘Fox & Friends First.’
United Nations to Texas: Curb reliance on oil and gas to remain prosperous in era of climate change
David Schechter. 11:46 AM CDT October 23, 2021 NEW YORK — The leader of the United Nations says Texas must end its reliance on oil and gas production to remain prosperous in the era of climate change. At a UN summit next month, world leaders will be asked to rapidly cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030. A vast increase in the production of renewable energy will be required to reach those targets. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says Texas is well-positioned to lead the way in the production of renewables. “If Texas wants to remain prosperous in 2050 or 2070, Texas will have to diversify its economy and Texas will have to be less dependent on oil and gas,” Guterres said. “It has all the conditions to be – because of the weather in Texas – a leading state in renewable energy in the US,” he added. Texas is the nation’s largest producer of crude oil and natural gas and the largest emitter of carbon dioxide. While it is deeply entrenched in a carbon-based economy, the state is also the largest producer of wind energy in the United States. “Texas is prosperous today because Texas is based on what was the main factor of what was wealth and power in the last century. Oil and gas. What we are seeing is, with things changing, the green economy will tend to be preponderant in the future,” Guterres said. A recent, landmark report from the UN concludes it’s “unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, ocean and land”, already changing the world in some ways that cannot be reversed. The intention of next month’s UN summit in Glasgow, Scotland is to limit future climate change to 1.5-degrees Celsius, compared to pre-industrial levels. Beyond that, the science shows, the danger of more extreme heat, drought, fire and hurricanes grows exponentially. At a press conference this week, Guterres struck a dire tone about the outcome of the upcoming summit. “I hope we are still on time to avoid a failure in Glasgow, but time is running short, and things are getting more difficult and that is why I’m very, very worried. I’m afraid things might go wrong,” he said.
Texas to United Nations: Pound Sand
The world is reeling from spiraling fuel costs caused by premature over-reliance on renewable energy.
High fuel costs punish middle class families & stoke the supply chain crisis.
Texas oil & gas is needed right now.https://t.co/39SLFqdOK5
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) October 25, 2021