Jan 24, 2016

Base policies on reality, not deceit - Climate Dispatch

Dangerous man-made global cooling, global warming, climate change and extreme weather claims continue to justify what has become a $1.5-trillion-per-year industry: tens of billions spent annually on one-sided research and hundreds of billions...

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