Good News: You Can Now Take A Fossil Fueled Trip To World’s First ‘Climate Change’ Center

Many other places, like museums and aquariums, have implemented small sections of their property to Hotcoldwetdry, but this is all about it

First Look: The world’s first visitor centre devoted to climate change opens in Wicklow

“We are the first generation to feel the effect of climate change and the last generation who can do something about it.”

Barack Obama was quoting one of America’s governors, Jay Inslee, when he said this at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris in 2015.

This quote is also one of the first things you’ll read when you visit Wicklow’s Cool Planet.

This interactive visitor centre is thought to be the first of its kind in the world, taking children and adults on a journey of what the world will look like in 2050 if we keep up the lifestyle habits that are damaging the planet.

In other words, this is like looking in a crystal ball with Madam Zelda. And her prognostications are probably closer to reality, because most Warmist prognostications have failed so far. Still ice in the Arctic, and Manhattan is not under water.

Anyhow, one has to wonder how much in the way of fossil fuels, concrete, and other Evil things for ‘climate change’ were used to make this indoctrination center. And how much in the way of fossil fuels will be used to visit it.

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