With Nothing Else Going On, Sec. State John Kerry Discusses Climate Change

Thank goodness the world is completely at peace, allowing John Kerry to take a long fossil fueled flight

(Reuters) U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry flagged cooperation on tackling climate change during a brief stop in the Solomon Islands on Wednesday, where he emphasized ties dating back to World War Two.

Kerry is the first secretary of state to visit the Solomon Islands. His trip is viewed as an important part of President Barack Obama’s strategic rebalance to the Asia-Pacific region, something that has irked China and been questioned by allies who wonder about the extent of U.S. commitment there.

Kerry said the Solomon Islands stands to benefit from U.S. funding for programs to deal with the effects of climate change in the Asia-Pacific region.

Like many island nations in the South Pacific, the Solomons faces problems from climate change and warming oceans that include rising sea levels and the acidification of coral reefs.

In fact, there has been virtually no sea rise since 1999 for the Solomon Islands. But, really, that wouldn’t matter, because sea rise has been a natural part of the Holocene. But, providing a reality check, some history, facts, etc, matters little to Warmists, who live in their own little fantasy world of doom and gloom. And hypocrisy

(State Dept) Secretary of State John Kerry will travel to Naypyitaw, Burma; Sydney, Australia; Honiara, Solomon Islands; and Honolulu, Hawaii August 8-13, 2014.

That’s a serious amount of carbon pollution output, eh?

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  1. […] Kerry took a long fossil fueled flight to the Solomon Islands to talk climate change. That’s his top priority. He also spewed carbon traveling to  Naypyitaw, Burma; Sydney, Australia; and Honolulu, Hawaii. He should go back to riding his pink bike around Nantucket. […]

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