(the antitheses of global warming)
The global warming movement includes many scientists, educators, government officals and commerical interests who, in their quest for funding, have created a Climate-Industrial Complex.
Often climate skeptics 'deniers' are asked why there is such a strong movement to promote the theory of man made global warming when there is so much evidence that there should be doubts about all the scarmongering of the global warming community. Well, the answer might very well be The Climate-Industrial Complex.
Myron Ebell, the climate industrial complex link
Green movement greatest threat to freedom link
Web of "Green" politicians, Tycoons, and power brokers in the UK who derive benefit in the billions by raising consumer's energy bills. link
EPA higherst paid employee and top climate change scientists r commit crime of massive proportion against Govt Fed says. link
4 of 9 members of UK environmental committee are being paid by green energy companies, accused of being 'on the take'. link
President Eisenhower, at his farewell speech as President, offered two warnings to the American people. The first was the Military-Industrial Complex. The second, of the domination of the nation's scholars by the scientific-technological elite, chasing government money for research. Have we not now discovered that a Climate-Industrial Complex, something Eisenhower warned us about, exists? link
The Climate-Industrial Complex link
Eisenhower's entire fifteen minute farewell speech as President to the nation. In it he warmed of the military-industrial complex, but also gave a second and equal warning that public policy could become captive of the scientific technological elite. link
More information on the Climate-Industrial Complex link
The vast sources of funding for the Climate-Industrial Complex link
Climate engineering of the Climate-Industrial Complex link
President Eisenhower's farewell speach as President, link, coined the phrase "military-industrial-complex" but also gave a second and equal warning, which some now call the "climate-industrial-complex".
“The prospect of domination of the nation's scholars by Federal employment, project allocations, and the power of money is ever present–and is gravely to be regarded.
Yet, in holding scientific research and discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientific-technological elite.
The prospect of domination of the nation's scholars by Federal employment, project allocations, and the power of money is ever present–and is gravely to be regarded.”
Senate Science Committee on the climate industrial complex link
97% of climate activists are in the pay of big oil. link
Green goups given tens of millions from untraceable "dark" sources. link
US govt spends 8.7 billion dollars on climate change (over 1 billion at NASA). link
Who is part of the climate-industrial complex? link
Companies who are part of the climate-industrial complex does not guarantee success, dozens of green companies who recieved Federal financial assistance have gone bankrupt. link
Globally, over one billion dollare per day is spent to combat global warming. link
How crony capitalists shamelessly dupe progressive planners. Huffington Post. link
The rise of the climate-industrial complex. link
How private firms have cashed in on climate fear. link
Unpacking the climate-industrail complex. link
Danish led climate-industrail complex tries to stop shale gas in Europe. link
Eco Jihadists of the climate industrial complex. link
Tip of the climate spending iceberg link
Obamas is the biggest recipient of BP cash link
Renewable enrgy receives a much larger percentage of tax advantages than does fossil fuels accroding to the Congressional Office of Management and Budget link
Change the climate industrial complex link
Senator Ted Cruz warms of the climate industrial complex link
The climate-industrial complex link
Wind power and the climate-industrial complex, Alberta link
The climintern link
Myron Ebell "that the motivation for climate action was protecting a special interest: "The climate-industrial complex is a gigantic special interest that involves everyone from the producers of higher priced energy to the academics that benefit from advancement in their careers and larger government grants."