Thursday, 28 February 2013

Greenpeace's latest scare campaign: "Untold human suffering" and "deaths of tens of millions" in 2030 because of global warming

Greenpeace boss Kumi Naidoo introduces the organization's latest global warming scare campaign:

"It is estimated that there were 5 million deaths from climate-related impacts in 2013 (yes it says 2013!) – in 2050 it is estimated that there will be 100 million, if we don’t act now." 

The people at the Greenpeace website apparently think that their boss is too modest:

The world is quickly reaching a point of no return for preventing the worst impacts of climate change. Continuing on the current course will make it difficult, if not impossible, to prevent the widespread and catastrophic impacts of climate change. The costs will be substantial: billions spent to deal with the destruction of extreme weather events, untold human suffering and the deaths of tens of millions from the impacts by as soon as 2030.-

Climate change is already supercharging our weather. People are suffering and dying now from climate change. The destruction is enormous.

As proof for the coming "untold human suffering" due to global warming Greenpeace offers e.g. this:

"Parts of Russia are super cold."

"Jerusalem was blanketed with snow in January 2013."

Global cooling is apparently now an integral part of global warming for Naidoo and his fellow greenies. Maybe that's what they have to say, because there has not been any warming for the last 16 or so years. 

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