Twelve Years Since Obama’s Climate Breakthrough

“President Barack Obama announced Friday a “meaningful and unprecedented breakthrough” on a global effort to curb climate change.”

– December 18, 2009

Obama: “meaningful breakthrough” on climate change | MPR News

Global Monitoring Laboratory – Carbon Cycle Greenhouse Gases

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3 Responses to Twelve Years Since Obama’s Climate Breakthrough

  1. Richard says:

    President Obama’s first term was a colossal waste of money. The House Oversight Committee’ exhaustive investigation of the $14 billion renewable energy loan guarantee program exposed widespread “dysfunction, negligence and mismanagement by DOE officials.” The report concluded the Obama administration routinely “turned a blind eye” to the mismanagement.
    In all, Mr. Obama (and George W. Bush before him) spent some $100 billion on giveaways to wind and solar power producers, electric cars, and for weatherizing homes and buildings
    The most infamous of these was, of course, Solyndra, the solar energy company that received $530 million of taxpayer handouts and was touted many times by President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden as the next big thing in green energy. It never produced any energy to speak of before it went bankrupt

  2. G W Smith says:

    Got to keep the bogyman alive at all costs.

  3. Petit_Barde says:

    “A Commonwealth Expert Group set up to look at climate change estimated there was a 90 per cent certainty that sea levels would rise by between one and four metres by the year 2030.”

    We are still waiting for the first 10 cm (4 inches) of sea level rise since 1989 …

    Fake experts, but true climate clowns.

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