The World’s Leading Climate Experts

These four authorities are saving the world from global warming.

Nobel Laureate Al Gore

High School Dropout and UN Climate Spokesman Leo DiCaprio

Bartender Alexandria Cortez

Future Nobel Laureate Greta

Who are you going to trust about climate?  Some random blogger – or Nobel Laureates and official UN spokesmen?

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17 Responses to The World’s Leading Climate Experts

    • rah says:

      Perhaps if Boeing had hired Tony to debug their software for the 737 Max, there would be two plane loads of people alive today that aren’t, and those aircraft would still be in service.

  1. lance says:

    but but but….what about Climate Barbie???

    ok….nuf said….

  2. Nicholas McGinley says:

    I think she was actually waitressing at a taco shop when she got that casting call and was hired to run for congress.

  3. David of Aussie says:

    The climate change hoax explained by Malcolm Roberts from the Aussie perspective

  4. Johansen says:

    Greta. They dress her like a milkmaid from Wisconsin in 1890 and send her out regurgitating the same 30 or 40 communist slogans over and over – we have to move “forward”, revolution is inevitable, we can’t trust our parents, we should all be afraid, we need to end capitalism and greed, yadda yadda. My own 15 y/o listened to her for 3 minutes and had it figured out.

  5. Colorado Wellington says:

    There are others. I was curious who follows in Professor Bill Gray’s steps at Colorado State University:

    Michele Betsill, PhD

    Professor and Chair

    Department of Environmental Affairs and Political Science

    “I joined the CSU Political Science faculty in 2000 after receiving my PhD at the University of Colorado-Boulder and completing a post-doctoral fellowship at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. I teach courses in international relations and environmental politics. My research on transnational environmental governance explores the role of non-state and sub-national actors in creating new mechanisms for steering society towards a more sustainable future. Although most of my work has focused on climate change, I have recently become interested in issues of natural resource extraction and marine conservation. I am also the founder and co-leader of the Environmental Governance Working Group at CSU, a multi-disciplinary research community of faculty and graduate students in the College of Liberal Arts and the Warner College of Natural Resources and a member of the Earth System Governance project’s scientific steering committee.”

    The students and the atmosphere are in good hands. Dr. Betsill is the greenest of them all.

    • R Shearer says:

      Environmental regulations make sense in many cases, environmental governance puts too much control in the power of crackpots.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        And regulate she will.

        Trump’s Paris withdrawal and the reconfiguration of global climate change governance
        Michele M. Betsill
        Pages 189-191

        Michele Betsill. 2017. Trump’s Paris withdrawal and the reconfiguration of global climate change governance. Chinese Journal of Population, Resources and Environment. Published online 3 July 2017.

  6. Jdh says:

    I also trust the accuracy of this random blogger and his work. I also wonder what his take is on the safety of 5g wifi. Came up at a Boulder city council meeting. Perhaps you could give an opinion.

  7. TomRude says:

    The CBC continues… and also muster the foremost climate experts they have…
    The top advice? “People can help by having fewer children, driving and flying less”
    And who gives this oracle to some journalist?
    “Jiaying Zhao is the Canada Research Chair in Behavioural Sustainability and an assistant professor in the department of psychology at the University of British Columbia.”
    Behavioural Sustainability!!!!! ROTFLOL
    So what does the CBC journalist illustrate the paper with?
    “The projected relative sea-level change along Canadian coastlines at the end of the century. (Canada’s Changing Climate Report)”!/fileImage/httpImage/image.JPG_gen/derivatives/original_780/sea-levels-rising.JPG
    extracted from the Executive Summary… Much more alarmist at 50 to 75 cm sea level rise projection by 2100 in the very city this “expert” lives, than quoting the tide gauge reading buried page 383 and claiming 0.9 mm/y (quite already 3 times what the PSMSL past century history has shown), that is a mere 9 cm in 100 y!
    The propagandists are left flogging us with psychologists for their agitprop and using alarmist projections instead of actual data. These tricks reveal more about them than about us…

  8. TomRude says:

    The CBC never sleeps… Yes, again…
    “Disappearing ice is like a receding hairline for the planet. Canada’s Arctic is going bald
    Bob McDonald · CBC Radio · Posted: Apr 05, 2019 3:01 PM ET | Last Updated: an hour ago”
    “That turning point, which could arrive suddenly, will accelerate climate change as the dark ocean absorbs more sunlight than white ice. A warmer North will increase permafrost melt, which releases methane, another greenhouse gas. Weather patterns and ocean currents could change, affecting not only people and animals in the North, but also regions to the south. As we saw this week from a report by Environment and Climate Change Canada, those effects are already happening as our country warms faster than the rest of the planet. When the ice is gone, change could come even faster.”
    Could… And another one selling the climate report… Just for Trudeau’s campaign.
    But who is this other experts?
    “Bob McDonald is the host of CBC Radio’s award-winning weekly science program, Quirks & Quarks. He is also a science commentator for CBC News Network and CBC-TV’s The National. He has received 12 honorary degrees and is an Officer of the Order of Canada.”
    Honorary degrees… Like Al Gore…

  9. alston says:

    quite stupid…

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