Morano: "I got hecklers here in the background. in the UN media center."
"I will point out senator Mike was actually educated at Harvard. Most of the judges during the Salem witch trial were also educated at Harvard when they were sentencing the women to death. So we've had incidences of this kind of silliness before that witches could control the weather. Now they think our SUVs control the weather. We have not advanced, sadly."
Warmist Mass. State Senator Mike Barrett: "Well Marc...I want to give you a lot of credit for your eloquence even on behalf of something that is wrong headed. You are a gifted communicator you're sending out a message that has zero credibility though across the world."
Morano: "The U.S. is leading the world by being opposed to the UN Paris agreement we are proudly standing alone. Goodbye Syria. Goodbye Nicaragua. The United States is doing it all alone. The way true leadership should be done."
Morano: The 97% -- you might get that result in a North Korean election -- but you're not getting that in the scientific community and that's been proven to be nonsense."
Morano: "Assuming the UN is correct, in other words, it's a massive redistribution of wealth, global governance, central planning, turning over sovereignty -- to achieve nothing in the climate -- if you believe the UN. And it's the most expensive treaty in history. I hope I said enough there."
“I mean when the director was asked about the film, why it was so dark, he said, ‘It’s a mad time to be alive.’ And there is certainly an end of days feeling about it. For many people, in America who would say, [grimaces] perhaps it’s truer there at the moment than anywhere else,” the Channel 4 reporter prompted Lawrence to comment. “It’s scary,” she responded. “You know, it’s this new language that’s forming, I don’t even recognize it. It’s also scary to know, that climate change is due to human activity, and we continue to ignore it, and the only voice that we really have is through voting,” Lawrence stated.
“You know you’re watching these hurricanes now, and it’s really hard especially while promoting this movie, not to feel mother nature’s rage and wrath," she stated.
Kids in video exposed to dire climate claims to promote Gore's sequel and then "inspired" to fix problem. Climate activist Prince EA goes tells kids: "Storms are stronger than ever before...or more drought, wildfires, hurricanes than ever before."
“This is like, making me feel sad,” one kids says.
Q: Dyson asked if he is hoping we reduce Co2 levels:
Dyson: ‘I like carbon dioxide, it’s very good for plants. It's good for the vegetation, the farms, essentially carbon dioxide is vital for food production, vital for wildlife.
0800 min: Dyson: 'The effects of co2 on climate are really very poorly understood…The experts all seem to think they understand it, I don't think they do…Climate is a very complicated story. And we may or may not understand it better (in the future). The main thing that is lacking at the moment is humility. The climate experts have set themselves up as being the guardians of the truth and they think they have the truth and that is a dangerous situation.
Q: Dyson is asked about reducing CO2 emissions just in case global warming claims are correct.
0900: Dyson: 'I don't think that's sensible. It means you are doing huge damage to the environment…at cost of large amounts of money and very likely getting no benefits at all. I don't think its a good bargain no matter which way you look at it.'
Nye on Fox Business - 'The Independents': 'The extra heat in the atmosphere is changing weather patterns in surprising ways...The ocean will get bigger...and sea level will rise.' -- 'It's the speed that it is happening...What is the cost of having to move lower Manhattan?...3 or 4 feet, a meter (of ocean rise), you going to have to move a lot of lower Manhattan.' -- 'Would it be good if U.S. were the producer of the best solar panels, the best wind turbines?'
Britain said it planned to treble tree planting rates over the next three years to help reach its target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050, as part of efforts to fight climate change..."We will make sure that the right trees are planted in the right places and that more green jobs are created in the forestry sector," Eustice is due to say, according to a government statement published on Sunday.