Bummer: EPA Stops Sponsoring Hotcoldwetdry Awards

What they should do is give participation trophies to Warmists who give up their own use of fossil fuels, hair dryers, washing machines, dish washers, who only buy locally and grow their own food, who unplug every appliance when not in use, who take 2 minute showers, and just go carbon neutral. Of course, there would be very few handed out

EPA cancels sponsorship of awards for climate leadership

The Environmental Protection Agency has dropped its sponsorship of a climate change awards program co-sponsored by two environmental organizations.

“The Agency has decided to discontinue the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) involvement with the 2018 Climate Leadership Awards program,” the EPA said on its website.

“This includes canceling the 2018 Climate Leadership Awards as well as EPA’s sponsorship of the Climate Leadership Conference.”

The awards program recognizes organizations and individuals that take steps to address climate change. It also awards organizations that publicly report their greenhouse gas production levels and reduction efforts.

In other words, these were awards for groups that spread awareness and said all the RightThink things, regardless of their actual actions.

The EPA should support protecting the environment, not hardcore radical authoritarian beliefs like anthropogenic climate change.

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3 Responses to “Bummer: EPA Stops Sponsoring Hotcoldwetdry Awards”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Not content to just destroy America, president Little Lord Fauntleroy wants to destroy the globe.

  2. Jeffery says:

    Not all global warming denialists are white nationalists, but all white nationalists are climate change deniers.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    No more “participation” trophies?
    How sad for little jeffvckery.

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