In a few short years, we’ve all been bombarded with news stories about climate action and the world’s future.
This week, however, there’s a new story in the news that seems to have no connection to climate change whatsoever.
It’s called the “climate change hoax.”
It has no scientific basis and is being used as a tool to try and influence people to vote for politicians who will support corporate-sponsored policies like fracking.
We’re not talking about a hoax, we’re talking about an actual conspiracy.
It started with an article in the New York Times last week that said that scientists have found that the “turbulence of our planet is changing its climate.”
The article went on to say that this “trend has profound consequences for the climate.”
In other words, this news story is actually a piece of misinformation that was intentionally designed to make the climate crisis seem bigger and more urgent than it actually is.
The NYT piece also went on and said that there are actually “a series of studies” that are showing that global temperatures have been going up for decades.
The article even went on the offensive against the UN’s climate scientists by claiming that the scientists are biased against them and that they are part of a “global conspiracy.”
The NYT story was debunked by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Climatic Data Center and other scientists.
The media and politicians who run our country have also been using the hoax story to try to convince people to get rid of fossil fuel subsidies.
This hoax has been a massive distraction from the real climate crisis and a distraction from how to tackle climate change.
The hoax is used to distract from how much we need to do to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and how much it is going to cost to get there.
The truth is that climate change is happening and we need a plan to reduce emissions while also protecting our health and our environment.
The scientific evidence shows that climate disruption is already happening and that it is already causing catastrophic impacts.
The problem is, we need the world to stop using the word “climate” to describe what we need.
The real solution to the climate problem is to get our energy from clean energy sources like solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and nuclear.
This means getting rid of our dependence on fossil fuels and replacing them with energy from renewable sources like wind, solar, hydro and nuclear, and this is what the UN and global leaders have agreed to do.
They are trying to stop the rapid spread of climate change, but it is up to us to get on board.
___________________________________________________________ What is the “Climate Change” hoax?
Climate change is not a hoax.
There is no global conspiracy to manipulate people to elect politicians who support fossil fuel-funded policies that would put the health of the planet at risk.
In fact, the climate issue is not at all related to the environment, nor is it even related to our health.
Climate change refers to human activities, such as pollution, deforestation, land degradation and other human activities that are affecting the climate system.
It does not refer to any particular species of animal or plant or even a single type of planet.
It is an issue of our health, and it is a global issue.
The “Climate Crisis” is not connected to the real world climate crisis.
In the last year, the United Nations has been trying to address climate change with the Kyoto Protocol, which would set a global emissions limit that would help slow the global warming.
The agreement was signed in 1997 by 195 nations and was signed into law in 2001 by 195 countries.
This agreement has led to a reduction in CO2 emissions and helped to stabilize the climate.
It has also been very beneficial for the environment.
Since 1990, when the Kyoto protocol was signed, more than 30 countries have signed on to the agreement.
This year, more countries joined the agreement than in any other year in the history of the Kyoto system.
The U.S. is one of the last remaining signatories to not have ratified the Kyoto agreement.
However, because of its massive carbon footprint, the U.N. has pledged to meet the global emission reduction targets that the U:a:l:e:a are set for the United States by 2030.
It also commits to reduce CO2 emission from existing power plants and to do so in a way that is consistent with the U.:a:d:e::a:s climate goal.
It commits to not having any new fossil fuel reserves, which means it has pledged not to build new coal-fired power plants or new oil-fired plants.
And, it commits to building zero-emissions power plants.
So, the problem is not that the United Kingdom is doing too much and too fast, but that we’re not doing enough.
The “Climate Problem” is connected to our environment The problem with the “CO2 crisis” is that it does not connect to the global climate crisis in any meaningful way