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The carbon footprint of Ted Turner´s latest climate change pilgrimage

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

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Ted Turner and his fellow UN Foundation warmists have made a pilgrimage to one of the holiest places for believers in the religion of climate change:

After their annual Board of Directors meeting in Oslo, several directors traveled to Svalbard, the world’s northernmost community. They journeyed up a fjord to the foot of a receding glacier with scientists from the Norwegian Polar Institute. dec 25, 2014 – buy cheap generic baclofen online without prescription buy baclofen online, thuoc baclofen 10mg , baclofen tablets 10mg label leaflet.:

Turner told reporters on a teleconference today, “They pointed out to us while looking at the glacier that it is receding every year due to global climate change.” (more…)

Carbon Footprint of Michelle Obama’s June 2011 Africa Trip

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Source:  SPPI Blog

First Lady Michelle Obama has returned home from her week-long trip to South Africa and Botswana—a visit focused on “youth leadership, education, health and wellness.”  Mrs. Obama was accompanied on her travels by her two daughters, her mother, a niece and nephew (and a group of support and security staff).

While global warming is a significant concern of her husband, Michelle’s interests lie more towards promoting education, healthiness, and nutrition. And as such, the carbon dioxide released by the approximately 18,000 flight miles logged during her trip probably contributed more to her causes, than to his.

Here is why. (more…)