On Friday, June 12, the Tenth International Convention on Climate Change attendees were treated to a discussion concerning the role policymakers can play in halting the climate alarmist agenda by Marc Morano, publisher of ClimateDepot.com; Bette Grande, a and former North Dakota legislator and current research fellow for The Heartland Institute; and Myron Ebell, director of energy policy at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
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Morano opened, saying climate activists remain undeterred by satellite data showing more than 18 years without warming.
“It doesn’t matter what the science is, [the United Nations] wants to do the policy,” said Morano. “The policy, of course, is centralized energy planning.”
Morano also stressed the significance of the upcoming U.S. presidential election for climate policy.
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