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Monday
Feb272017

Petition to the President

Guest Post by David Holland

Dick Lindzen has sent to President Trump a letter and petition signed by some 300 scientists and experts (H/T Anthony Watts). The petition is for the US to withdraw from the UNFCCC. I had some difficulty accessing it but eventually located a pdf of the letter and the petition itself here.

I'm sure Dick speaks for many BH readers as well some of our MPs. Even at the high water mark in 2008 only a little over half of British voters thought humans were responsible for most global warming and less than half thought it a pressing problem. Recent opinion polls now show that barely 10% of the public regard climate change as a serious concern.  Few can now dispute the global agricultural benefits of increased carbon dioxide concentration, but in the UK and elsewhere we are seeing the chronic health damage resulting from the dash to diesel subsidised by foolish governments.

Hopefully when Parliament debates the Grand Repeal Bill some of our smarter MPs will push to dump any directives requiring reductions in carbon dioxide emissions or support for the UNFCCC.  

 

 

 

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Reader Comments (404)

Say, Russel, what's the lapse rate in the Cli-Sci Ivory Tower, and does it have a hot spot?

Mar 27, 2017 at 8:13 AM | Unregistered CommenterBeth Cooper

vvussell, what drove you bats?

Is all data adjusted to provide a Consensus too?

Mar 27, 2017 at 8:19 AM | Unregistered Commentergolf charlie

VV Russell has an obsession with towers - maybe

href="https://youtu.be/XyNFEBsGHjw">https://

Mar 29, 2017 at 1:02 AM | Unregistered CommenterKleinefeldmaus

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