Via Russell Cook: PBS NewsHour featured essentially a hit piece against CEI's Myron Ebell, but they had to set it up with hits against Trump, including a very short video segment of Marc Morano (2:05 point here) being hauled away by UN security. In the NewsHour's transcript for the video, Morano is only identified as "Man."
Skeptical scientists at UN climate summit hope Trump will Make Science Great Again
Norwegian Astrophysicist Prof. Jan-Erik Solheim of the University of Tromso: ‘Trump’s victory is very promising. We can get real science back in the field.’
Prominent Swedish Geologist Dr. Nils Axel Morner of Stockholm University: ‘We have a benefit from Trump’s victory: We scientists may see a liberation from this unscientific closing of journals.
Agro-Biologist Dr. Albrecht Glatzle of Paraguay: ‘I have very much hope that Trump's election will be the initialization of a turnaround in science relating to climate change.’ “Go straight ahead Mr. Trump with your plans to this end the politicized climate agenda and bring the science back again to its place.”
UK Astrophsycist & Meteorologist Piers Corbyn also declared Trump's views on climate change are 'excellent'.
Morano: 'The mood is nothing but the five stages of grief. And, I think they started the week out in pure, classic denial. In fact, they said that Trump’s name was taboo, originally – that he was omnipresent here, Pres.-Elect Trump, but that no one dared mention his name. And, as the week’s gone one, people are going to the next phases of grief: we’re getting a lot of anger now, anger from environmentalists, anger toward the United States, we’re getting threats.” “Former French Pres. Sarkozy is now threatening to punish the U.S. if we pull out of the UN Paris agreement.'
In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared, "Climate change is the greatest health challenge of the 21st century, and threatens all aspects of the society in which we live." Now COVID-19 has top billing as the existential health threat, but the proposed response is the same, writes Marc Morano in the fall issue of issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.
"Climate distress is very difficult, if not impossible, to bear alone...The IPCC report is the bearer of alarming news for all on Earth. How can we best hear and respond to this alarm, caring for ourselves and others while mustering motivation and commitment for desperately needed action? The research of climate psychology tells us that rather than suppress or avoid our distress, we need to welcome it as a healthy response to the climate crisis. If we are not feeling some level of fear and grief, we are in denial. Acknowledging the myriad feelings of distress we have in response to climate breakdown is crucial for sustained action in response. Our feelings show us how much we care about our world, our communities, our lives and our loved ones. This caring is the basis for the action and change our world needs from us all right now.