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18.Jan.2016 Written by

E. Calvin Beisner is founder and national spokesman of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation - Instead of declining, as the IPCC’s reports led us to expect, world grain (which provides 65 percent of human caloric intake) production rose by 10 percent from the 2008-09 harvest year to the 2014-15 harvest year. Maybe, just maybe, it’s time to stop the war on fossil fuels, the developing world’s best source of the abundant, affordable, reliable energy essential to rising and staying out of poverty.

18.Jan.2016 Written by

E. Calvin Beisner is founder and national spokesman of the Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation - Instead of declining, as the IPCC’s reports led us to expect, world grain (which provides 65 percent of human caloric intake) production rose by 10 percent from the 2008-09 harvest year to the 2014-15 harvest year. Maybe, just maybe, it’s time to stop the war on fossil fuels, the developing world’s best source of the abundant, affordable, reliable energy essential to rising and staying out of poverty.

14.Jan.2016 Written by

Tom Harris,executive director of the Ottawa, Canada-based International Climate Science Coalition - 2015 was the year the United Nations and governments around the world abandoned rational thought about climate change. Rather than focus on preparing for the very real problems of a continually changing climate, they concentrated instead on the politically correct, but scientifically impossible goal of “stopping climate change.”

16.Dec.2015 Written by

Professor Philip Lloyd, Energy Institute, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa, provides his summary of the Paris, COP21 Agreement.

15.Dec.2015 Written by

Howard Cork Hayden, Emeritus Professor of Physics offers this preview of the COP21 meeting in Paris. Consider subscribing to his monthly newsletter, The Energy Advocate, about science and government. His website is: Website: http://www.EnergyAdvocate.com

15.Dec.2015 Written by

Calvin Beisner, Founder and National Spokesman of The Cornwall Alliance for the Stewardship of Creation,“The ‘commitments’ made in the Paris agreement are voluntary and unenforceable, which means most nations will not comply. EU nations said they would make binding commitments only if all major emitters did—and they didn’t.”

China and India, the #1 and #3 CO2 emitting nations, plan for their emissions to continue rising at least until 2030, and reductions even in rate of growth later will depend on whether they can be made without slowing their rise out of poverty. Other developing countries’ “commitments” are similar.

15.Dec.2015 Written by

Bjorn Lomborg, Director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, explains that full compliance with the Paris agreement would cost hundreds of billions of dollars per year beginning now and rise to $1–2 Trillion per year from 2030 onward. It would still reduce CO2 emissions by only 1% of the amount the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says is needed to limit global warming to 2˚C (3.6˚F) over pre-industrial levels.

15.Dec.2015 Written by

Bjorn Lomborg, Director of the Copenhagen Consensus Center, explains many key issues facing mankind and the environment. He reaches some sobering conclusions about the relative importance of man-made global warming.

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