California Double Counts Emissions

You can’t make this up.

We’re supposed to consider these people experts saving hundreds of thousands from air pollution death.

The battle on carbon dioxide is just one aspect of California Air Resources Board (CARB) misconduct, more societal and economic impact has come from their air pollution regulations that hammered industry, transportation, construction and agriculture. Refitting trucks could cost 20,000, for example.

CARB regulations on small particle air pollution are based on studies that are classics in the junk science of precautionary principle, scare mongering, small associations projected to big catastrophe and sometimes just delivering the results for the agency that’s footing the research bill.

Bloomberg reports the CARB nonsense on emissions estimates here:

Here’s a little about the CARB misconduct in the past on air pollution, mostly focused on small particle pollution from engines and their junky claims about premature deaths or asthma.

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4 responses to “California Double Counts Emissions

  1. Reblogged this on Power To The People and commented:
    California is losing jobs to Texas, making poor people poorer, killing 1000s of birds and bats with Wind Turbines, converting fertile farm land that grows food crops to solar farms that also kill lost of birds. CARB should be charged with Climate Fraud

  2. They don’t have to be right because they are in charge with absolutely no controls on their actions.

  3. CARB oversee’s the burning in unfiltered & unsupervised boilers, 7 miles off the Calif. coast, of all the USED MOTOR oil we collect. This is the biggest single source of easily preventable pollution in our state…..but big $$$ is being made so the CARB turns a blind eye……
    HYPOCRITES is way to nice a word for their activities!!

  4. CARB is a criminal concern.

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