Taiwanese Artist Takes Unnecessary Fossil Fueled Trip To Showcase “Animal Delegates”

Another day, another climate hypocrite spreading awareness while living a big CO2 lifestyle

(Focus Taiwan) A Taiwanese artist is displaying his latest project “Animal Delegates,” which highlights global warming issues, at an exhibition being held alongside a U.N. climate summit in Qatar.

Invited to be a member of Tuvalu’s delegation to the United Nations Climate Change Conference, Vincent J.F. Huang is using the project, which features some of the creatures that could be the first victims of global warming, to highlight the environmental crisis in the South Pacific island country.

He’s also taken several fossil fueled flights to showcase his art in the island nation of Tuvalu, which some say is destined for DOOOOOOOOOM from hotcoldwetdry, but no one seems to mention that these types of islands were created when the seas were much much higher, being made of coral. Which lives under the sea.

The animals are likely to be among the first victims of global warming, said Huang, who has been involved in eco art for about 10 years, with a focus on global warming.

How about Warmists start living the carbon neutral lifestyle, instead of simply spreading awareness? Act like it’s a crisis, and I’ll believe it’s a crisis.

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2 Responses to “Taiwanese Artist Takes Unnecessary Fossil Fueled Trip To Showcase “Animal Delegates””

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    You gotta spend money to make money.
    You gotta spew carbon to save carbon.
    You gotta spew rhetoric to change the rhetoric.
    You gotta be a world traveler to stop people from being world travelers.
    You gotta party likes its 1999 in order to make people live like its 1399.

  2. And you have to have the IPCC in the world’s 3rd largest CO2 emitting country to save the planet.

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