JBS CEO Art Thompson's weekly news video update for December 2 - 8, 2013.
After two weeks of negotiations in Warsaw, the UN "Climate" summit reached a deal for a radical planetary treaty by 2015, to fight alleged global warming.
At the UN “climate” summit in Warsaw, Poland, regimes ruling in poorer nations are demanding that taxpayers in wealthier countries hand over trillions of dollars to deal with “climate change.”
Australia’s new government, which opposes carbon taxes and global-warming schemes, told UN alarmists: No more "socialism masquerading as environmentalism."
Federal ethanol policy harms the environment and does nothing to halt alleged global warming, but the Obama administration isn't about to change it because it benefits industries with powerful lobbies.
The so-called "hiatus" in temperature change since 1998 could be as simple as the rhythms of nature: ebb and flow, rise and fall, the changing of the seasons — as postulated by the stadium wave theory.
The Netherlands is asking the UN International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea to order the release of a Greenpeace ship and 30 of its crew members detained by Russia.
The last standing primary lead smelter in the United States will be closing in December — thanks to the federal Environmental Protection Agency’s continuing war on American industry. As a consequence, the costs of batteries, ammunition, and hundreds of other lead-dependent products will climb.
President Obama is "preparing the United States for the Impacts of Climate Change," by his new executive order issued Friday. The order begins with a litany of extreme weather events that Obama claims are on the increase across the nation and which he uses to justify circumventing Congress to foist his climate-change agenda on the country.
Estimates reveal that the federal government will spend more money on fighting global warming than it will on tightening border security.