Climate Reality Check
By Craig Rucker
September 14, 2019 - Green New Dealers and a host of candidates are demanding radical, expensive new climate and energy policies.
Their politically correct science is flawed and their math does not add up.
CFACT senior policy advisor Paul Driessen lays out a thorough reality check at CFACT.org:
They need to be doused with a few buckets of icy cold reality. The first bucket: We do not face a climate emergency. Computer models certainly predict all kinds of catastrophes. But both the models and the increasingly hysterical assertions of planetary chaos are completely out of touch with reality.
The second, even colder bucket of reality: Wind and sunshine may be free, renewable, sustainable and eco-friendly. But the technologies, lands and raw materials required to harness this widely dispersed, intermittent, weather-dependent energy to benefit humanity absolutely are not. In fact, they cause far more environmental damage than any of the fossil fuel energy sources they would supposedly replace.
Take a look at Driessen's complete analysis here. It's worth your time.
Question for the media:
When are you going to start asking the tough questions, and let us see for ourselves whether the Left's climate and energy policies can survive a fact-based reality check?