Climate Trumping Needs Of The Poor – October 13, 2009
Rich societies can cope with changes to climate. Poor ones cannot. Subsistence farmers will struggle more with any global warming than accountants in suburban Australia.
Africa’s Real Climate Crisis – August 18, 2009
Telling Africans they can’t have electricity and economic development – except what can be produced with some wind turbines or little solar panels – is immoral. It is a crime against humanity.
Voice For The Poor Supports Oilsands – October 9, 2008
Artificially high energy prices, the work of politicians manipulated by radical environmentalists demonizing energies they don't like, are therefore "immoral," and a "de facto regressive tax on the poor. . . . They destroy jobs, erode civil rights gains and force minority and elderly households to choose between food, fuel and medicine."
U.S. Group Warns Against Carbon Tax – October 9, 2008
"People of Canada are going to look at the proposals dealing with this economic crisis, such as the carbon tax and the negative impact it can have on an already tenuous economy, and make a decision for what they want their future to be."
Stop the War on Poor Families – October 1, 2008
Environmentalist anti-energy policies impose immoral burdens on our poorest citizens says an anti-poverty activist.
Somaliland - Sleeping-Walking Into Disaster – July 11, 2008
"And then came the global warming hysteria, an idea that has more to do with Europe’s prosperous middle class politics and media than it has to do with Science but which no politician in the West could be seen to question let alone oppose. It basically makes three claims: that the world is warming up; we are causing it; and it is a bad thing. Each of those claims could be challenged but no one dared to be seen on the `wrong’ side of this `debate’."
A Billion People live on a Dollar a Day – January 8, 2008
Poverty Policies Tend to Impoverish – September 12, 2007
The poor suffer the most collateral damage when policy is designed for the few, not the many.
Live Earth Remedy Deadly for Africans – July 27, 2007
Poor countries have more important things to worry about than climate change, like whether they will have electricity for refrigerators, lights and modern homes, hospitals, schools, offices and factories.
Climate Change in Disarray – An African Perspective – July 3, 2007
A Professor Emeritus from Pretoria, South Africa attributes changes in weather to variations in solar activity not man-made CO2 emissions.