ONTARIANS: TELL THE GOVERNMENT WHAT YOU THINK OF A 'CARBON TAX'!
March 14, 2015: The Ontario Government invites public feedback on their Climate Change Discussion Paper in their open town hall meetings currently being held across Ontario. Here are the five remaining sessions (all are from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm):
March 16 in Hamilton at the McMaster Innovation Park, 175 Longwood Road South
March 18 in Guelph at the University of Guelph Arboretum on College Avenue East
March 18 in Aurora at the Aurora Cultural Centre, 22 Church Street
March 19 in Windsor at the Art Gallery of Windsor, 401 Riverside Drive
March 19 in Kitchener-Waterloo at the Kitchener Public Library, 85 Queen Street North
Climate change extremists will be out in force. Normal people need to be there too, or the government will conclude we don't care and a tax (or other 'carbon pricing' mechanism) to 'stop climate change' will be added to your bills starting in the spring!
LEADING CLIMATE EXPERT SMEARED BY ACTIVISTS FOR PROMOTING SCIENCE OVER DOGMA
Click here to watch the acceptance speech of astrophysicistand geoscientist Dr. Willie Soon, a leading authority on the relationshipbetween solar phenomena and global climate, after receiving thefirst 'Courage in Defense of Science Award' at the 9th InternationalConference on Climate Change on July 8, 2014
March 2, 2015: Click here to read "Debunking the Left's Attack on an Innocent Climate Scientist."
— Joseph L. Bast, president, The Heartland Institute
Readwhole piece and see who is attacking scientist Dr. Soon and who is defending his promotion of real science!
LEARN ABOUT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CLIMATE DEBATE
February 11, 2015:The Institute of Public Affairsis proud to publish Climate Change: The Facts 2014, featuring 22 chapters on the science, politics and economics of the climate change debate. Climate Change: The Facts 2014 features the world’s leading experts and commentators on climate change. Highlights of Climate Change: The Facts 2014 include:
Ian Plimer draws on the geological record to dismiss the possibility that human emissions of carbon dioxide will lead to catastrophic consequences for the planet. Patrick Michaels demonstrates the growing chasm between the predictions of the IPCC and the real world temperature results. Richard Lindzen shows the climate is less sensitive to increases in greenhouse gases than previously thought and argues that a warmer world would have a similar weather variability to today. Willie Soon discusses the often unremarked role of the sun in climate variability. Robert Carter explains why the natural variability of the climate is far greater than any human component. John Abbot and Jennifer Marohasy demonstrate how little success climate models have in predicting important information such as rainfall.