Heavy fossil fuel use cause severe storms?

The main reason why governments  and various environmental lobbies want to  “kill coal, fossil fuels” is because this energy source causes “man-made” warming and  climate change. Hence, to fight it, we should accept as meekly as possible, expensive and unstable energy from intermittent renewables like wind  and solar.

Below is  Section II of the 6-sections presentation I made during the Energy Policy Development Program (EPDP) Conference 2016, held at New World Hotel Makati last January 12-13, this week.

Other cases in Asia.

This slide about the Philippines, I rearranged into a portrait format. And take note: November 2014, storm Haiyan (locally called “Yolanda”) killed 7,000+ people in Leyte, especially in the capital city Tacloban. In November 1912 or 102 years prior, an estimated 15,000 people died also in Leyte due to severe storm.

The UN, other foreign aid bodies, various governments around the world, the big environmental NGOs, they will  continue that large-scale and global deception and dishonesty that recent extreme flooding and rains were “unprecedented.” Because they aim for one goal — more government. More global ecological  central planning.

Expensive and unstable electricity is wrong. If many streets are dark because people and local governments economize on their monthly electricity bill, there are more vehicular accidents, more crimes that happen. For some poor people who cannot afford expensive electricity, they use candles —  and court more fires, more  deaths and heavy damage to properties. These are serious crimes against humanity that the militant environmentalists and the UN do not recognize publicly.

Enjoy more archive stories here,  https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/below350-org/.
Yes, when CO2 concentration in the planet was below 350 parts per  million (ppm) and not 400+ ppm current level.


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