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From Politico’s Morning Energy, it sounds like the White House is asking those poor, few underfunded dears running the global warming public affairs industry to dig deeper in these upcoming trying times for energy rationing, and give ‘em some cover. Bomb the airwaves. Buy those full page ads. Get in real good with anyone left in the political (and don’t forget that includes regulatory!) class you might not know!
That’s you Duke Energy, PG&E, Exelon, Google, Goldman, GE, T. Boone, Aubrey McClendon, AWEA and your utility and foreign windmill members. George Soros, Center for American Progress, ‘RealClimate’ being run out of Hansen’s fiefdom within NASA (as we have demonstrated through FOIA and in pleadings), Apollo Alliance and the ‘environmental justice’ industry, Tides Foundation and all of your spawn. Pew, Rockefeller Brothers, Gore and what’s left of the $300 million someone gave you to re-brand the ‘climate crisis’. Et cetera. Et cetera. Hop to it!
Oh, let’s not forget relatively new players China, and the German Embassy with Deutsche Bank’s help (more on the latter having been caught talking their own book soon, we understand). Let the word go forth: More schemes to plow those ‘stimulus’ and other U.S. taxpayer dollars overseas!
CLIMATE 101 - The top U.S. climate envoy wants to see a larger outreach by those calling for climate action. “I think there’s an educational effort that really needs to be made,” Stern said in an interview with energyNow! that aired Sunday. “I think it’s not just a question of the White House and the administration. I think they play a part, but I think that there’s a community of scientists, there’s a community of policy makers - I think there’s a broad community of people who do need to try to underscore the reality of the problem.” Transcript: http://bit.ly/dK6P2t. Video: http://bit.ly/dK6P2t
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