Florida Fish And Wildlife Launches AGW Website

Another day, another government agency wasting the money of We The People on climate change idiocy

Find out what fish and wildlife managers are doing to help wildlife adapt to potential climate change impacts. Measure your carbon footprint. Tap into age-appropriate climate change lessons. These exciting features and more can be found on the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) new website, MyFWC.com/ClimateChange. The website is dedicated to educating the public about the impacts of climate change to the state’s fish and wildlife resources and how the agency is addressing those impacts.

“We hope the FWC climate change website will become a must-visit resource for individuals and organizations wanting to learn more about climate change and its impact on wildlife,” said Doug Parsons, the FWC’s climate change program coordinator. “The FWC has established itself as a leader nationally on this issue, and we look forward to working with our wildlife partners to improve the information on the website as this issue unfolds in the years to come.”

Simply absurd, but not particularly surprising. The climate alarmists are still pushing their idiotic religion even as the facts crash around their pointy heads.

Say, I wonder what the carbon footprint is of the website? Or a bear dancing on hood of a Prius with tasty snacks inside?

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7 Responses to “Florida Fish And Wildlife Launches AGW Website”

  1. gitarcarver says:

    You hotlink to the site doesn’t work.

  2. Fixed. I just copied the whole thing, looks like they put in the link from their email.

  3. captainfish says:

    The NW indians and those around the Pacific ring, are getting together this week to discuss how climate warming is changing their culture.

    so, while weather does not equal climate, climate DOES equal culture change. hmmm

  4. Otter says:

    But it IS changing their culture, Captain- their tourist industries are thriving due to natural global warming *g*

  5. John Ryan says:

    The US Navy thinks that the climate is changing. http://www.navy.mil/search/display.asp?story_id=51054
    Israel also believes that they must make national changes to offset this problem http://www.inquisitr.com/48466/us-navy-looks-to-climate-change-and-the-melting-arctic/
    Anyone who does NOT believe the world is going to get hotter can make some real money (250%) by betting on their position on INTRADE.http://www.intrade.com/jsp/intrade/contractSearch/#
    People with money are willing to back up their position that the earth is getting warmer, climate change deniers are not.

  6. gitarcarver says:

    Geez Ryan, are you really going to keep repeating the same stuff over and over?

    Yes, the Navy thinks the climate is changing. Every known scientist and person with half a brain thinks the climate is changing. That is because the world as we know it is not a static system and has experienced climate change for eons.

    The question is not one of “climate change,” but rather whether the change is man made / influenced or part of the natural cycle of the earth.

    The Israeli report that you cite is the same thing. It is a discussion of whether the earth’s ever changing climate is the result of nature or not.

    And by the way, the report is 10 friggin’ years old. Since then, much more data and scientific evidence has come to light on the hoax of AGW.

    Lastly, the repeated comment about Intrade is simply a deflection from a person who cannot and will not discuss the facts.

    There are trolls and there are boring trolls.

    Clearly you are the latter.

  7. captainfish says:

    you go gitcarver. exactly.

    Actually otter, I don’t think it is much the climate is changing their culture, but their adherence and reliance upon gambling that is.

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