That Silly Coal Speech – Part 2
How many people will die thanks to Obama’s and the UN’s War On Coal?
In the National Post today I argue that the extreme anti-coal stance of UN officials and green activists harms both people and the environment.
Last week, I discussed how Christiana Figueres, a UN official, tried to misuse a recent UN climate report. In her words, the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change findings demonstrate that “the science is clear.”
She insists, quelle surprise, that this science represents “a clarion call” for just the kind of action UN officials have been advocating since the 1992 Earth Summit (which gave us the international treaty known as the UNFCCC).
Today the Financial Post (the business section of the National Post newspaper) has published my larger analysis of Figueres’ speech to the World Coal Association. It’s titled UN’s war on coal threatens environmental progress in world’s desperate regions.
Far too many people believe there’s no downside to fighting global warming. I continually meet…
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