…UN Emergency Climate Action Summit…
UN Secretary-General António Guterres will host a special 2019 Climate Action Summit on September 23, to meet the climate challenge.
Panic is setting in as evidence mounts that CO2 is not the primary cause of climate change, and as more and more people begin to question the massive, uneconomic enervating programs demanded by governments to cut CO2 emissions.
The UNFCCC had already scheduled a meeting for December 2 – 13, in Chile to foster the same actions as being demanded by Guterres at his September action summit.
Two meetings within ten weeks of each other is certainly a sign of panic. Panic for sure as the UN website says:
“Global emissions are reaching record levels and show no sign of peaking.”
Consider the significance of the UN message:
After countries, such as Germany, have spent billions of dollars to cut CO2 emissions, worldwide CO2 emissions show no sign of peaking?
Not only that, but think of the cost where thousands of people will travel to both venues and how much CO2 will be emitted in the process.
The cover of TIME magazine featured UN Secretary Guterres standing knee-deep in water to signify the dire emergency of sea level rise, which has been widely promoted by extremists while ignoring facts.
Perhaps the Time magazine cover was modeled after the National Geographic magazine’s cover of the Statue of Liberty knee-deep in water.
Time magazine not only lacks originality in its cover design, but also reveals its lack of understanding of the issue when it says the Planet is Sinking.
Time magazine blundered badly when it inadvertently put its finger on the cause of sea level rise in many parts of the world, when it said the Planet is Sinking.
Many areas around the world, including Florida and the East and Gulf coasts of the United States, plus areas in Europe and elsewhere in the world are actually sinking due to subsidence.
Subsidence, not climate change, is an important cause of what appears to be sea level rise.
Panic is setting in, and we should all be concerned. Not because CO2 emissions are rising, but because panic leads to irrational behavior.
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