“The sulfur dioxide (SO2) emitted from the Holuhraun eruption has reached up to 60,000 tons per day and averaged close to 20,000 tons since it began,” notes Pall Stefanson, in a September 25 report for Iceland Review Online.

While news coverage of Obama’s appearance at the September 23 UN Climate Summit focused on his speech reiterating the non-stop apocalyptic blathering of global warming catastrophists, little has been reported on his Climate Change executive order issued the same day.

As President Obama prepared to join more than 100 heads of state at the United Nations’ Climate Change Summit in New York City on September 23, the globalist Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), often described as the world’s most influential think tank, was churning out global warming alarmist propaganda at full-tilt speed.

With no global warming for almost two decades and record-high levels of sea ice, increasingly desperate climate alarmists have been frantically searching for something — anything! — to keep the hysteria from melting completely.

Amid no increase in temperatures for almost two decades and record-high levels of sea ice, tens of thousands of global-warming protesters, maybe more, marched in New York City on Sunday demanding a wide array of absurdities and totalitarian measures.

It didn’t take long for naysayers at Newsweek magazine to declare that the fracking boom is at high risk of going bust.

A coalition ranging from billionaire front groups to the Communist Party is planning a “People’s Climate March” during the climate summit next week in New York. 

Freedom of Information Act requests have led to turning over e-mails that detail significant collusion between the Environmental Protection Agency and green activist groups over the climate agenda. 

The UN's New York City Summit of World Leaders, World Meteorological Organization propaganda broadcasts, and a People’s Climate March all aim to build support for the UN’s 2015 Climate Treaty Summit in Paris.

In the Southern Hemisphere, sea-ice levels just smashed through the previous record highs across Antarctica, where there is now more ice than at any point since records began.

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