Bummer: Draft Interior Dept Report Doesn’t Mention ‘Climate Change’

For those Warmists who are upset, you should have run a better candidate. Oh, and you should prove you believe by giving up your own use of fossil fuels and making your lives carbon neutral

No mention of climate change in Interior’s draft strategic plan

A draft version of the Interior Department’s five-year strategic plan does not mention anything about climate change, including whether the agency plans to fight it or how it will adapt.

The draft, first reported by The Nation, focuses heavily on plans to produce more fossil fuels and other forms of energy on public lands and the nation’s outer continental shelf.

“The DOI provides access to and manages energy and other resources including oil, gas, coal, water, timber, grazing, and non‐energy minerals on public lands and the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS),” reads a part of the draft plan that describes how the agency will generate revenue and use natural resources.

“The DOI is committed to achieve and maintain American energy dominance through responsible productivity of the public lands for the multiple use and economic benefit of present and future generations,” it continues.

That sounds like a good plan. Why should we get energy from other, and often hostile, nations when we get get it here.

But the draft document doesn’t mention climate change at all.

By contrast, the previous plan, written by the Obama administration and covering 2014 through 2018, mentioned climate change more than 40 times.

Elections have consequences.

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5 Responses to “Bummer: Draft Interior Dept Report Doesn’t Mention ‘Climate Change’”

  1. Navyvet says:

    And you should point out how many of the dire predictions made over the last 20 years have come true. Okay, how about just one?

    • Stosh says:

      I can give you one dire prediction that came true…

      The federal government will spend billions chasing a fairy tale and have zero effect on the actual climate. Does that count?

  2. Jeffery says:

    Sea level is rising, heat waves, changes in distribution of flora and fauna, floods, hurricanes, droughts, ocean pH decreasing…

  3. Jeffery says:

    Elections have consequences.

    Some worse than others…

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