A COP15 side-event co-hosted with the Nicholas Institute at Duke University that will feature Members of Congress (or leading experts) and a senior policy maker from Europe in a moderated discussion on emerging U.S. climate & energy legislation, carbon market transparency and oversight, and prospects for linking a U.S. emissions trading program with other programs, including in Europe.
Jos Delbeke is Deputy Director-General for Environment at the European Commission.
Tim Profeta is Director of The Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University.
Nigel Purvis is a Senior GMF Fellow and President of the Climate Advisors.
Tim Searchinger is a Senior GMF Transatlantic Fellow.
Patrick Woodcock works for the Office of U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe.
How can you sit there with a straight face knowing the evil of what you're creating?
We've known for years that global warming was going to be used as an excuse to set up the foundation of the New World Order. They've admitted that your "carbon taxes" are what they will use to fund their new tyrannical global government.
First of all, to even believe carbon is having an affect on the climate that isn't negligible is just retarded. Science has shown over and over that carbon FOLLOWS temperature, and not vice versa.
Secondly, after the East Anglia emails were published I analyzed the source code and it says it plain as day that the data used by the IPCC has been fudged to meet a political agenda. They altered the data in order to make the data align with the plan of establishing the New World Order framework.
The people of the U.S. are too smart to forfeit their sovereignty for this empty and delusional fight against a life-giving gas.