Uh Oh: The Climate Change Clock Is Ticking!

Hence, we need to pass lots of laws, treaties, rules, and regulations that put more control of economies, the energy sector, private entities, and our lives in the hands of Government, with more and more taxation

Climate change: The clock is ticking

According to the Long-Term Climate Risk Index of think tank Germanwatch, the Philippines ranks as the fifth most affected country of extreme weather events from 1994 to 2013, with about 1.13 deaths per 100,000 people, 0.74% in losses per unit GDP. In that same period, the country experienced the most number of extreme weather events, at a total of 328.

Likewise, it was also reported that the Philippines was the worst affected country in 2013 — the very year Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) struck the country. Extreme weather brought about 6.65 deaths per 100,000 inhabits and about 3.82% in losses per unit GDP.

Weather and hurricanes never occurred prior to the use of fossil fuels, you know.

Galicha believes that the government should submit a “bottom-up” Intended Nationally Determined Contribution Document, that among other things, pushes the Department of Energy “to implement the National Renewable Energy Plan which aims to triple renewable energy capacity by 2030 and to include in its policy the phasing out our of  coal fired power plants by  2020.”

“[W]e cannot afford to gamble with the future of our planet. Solutions to the climate crisis are within reach, but in order to capture them, we must take urgent action today across every level of society,” Gore said.

“Now is the time for people all over the world to lend their voices to the cause and urge their leaders to take this historic first step.”

Now is the time for Warmists to change their own behavior to match their talking points.

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One Response to “Uh Oh: The Climate Change Clock Is Ticking!”

  1. JGlanton says:

    President know-nothing says “FACT: 45 million Americans experiencing 100 degree temperatures for 10 or more days last year”.

    Here’s another FACT: In an average year, 67 million Americans experience 100 degree temperatures for 10 or more days. Last year was cool!

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