Mayor Gloomberg Nonsense: ‘Report confirms concrete economic and health benefits for cities taking actions to manage climate risk’

Other than claiming to have “taken action,” the report offers no concrete evidence of any economic and health benefits…. but it sure is glossy!

Read more at National Geographic.

Read the report.

3 thoughts on “Mayor Gloomberg Nonsense: ‘Report confirms concrete economic and health benefits for cities taking actions to manage climate risk’”

  1. The report lists specific, concrete benefits. Sydney, Australia will save $800,000 per year with energy-efficient LED lighting. The DC Housing Authority’s efficiency retrofits save $5,000,000 annually, while increasing comfort for residents.

    It cites health benefits, like water infrastructure changes taken in anticipation of increasing frequency and severity of floods also leading to overall water-quality improvements.

    I know this goes against the junk scientist’s credo, but try reading things before dismissing them. You might learn something, even by accident.

  2. Global warming and C02 issues are simply a method to create a TAX ON LIFE ITSELF . . all life forms on earth are CARBON BASED . . so if C02 is a by product of living then you have the broadest possible tax base . . life, energy, farming, travel, transportation, manufacturing, yes all of human activities and even animal behavior. Read about the history of taxes here . . see the keep trying to get more money which gives government more power over people.

    http://articlevprojecttorestoreliberty.com/history-of-taxation-in-the-united-states.html

  3. Mayor Bloomberg failed to manage the risk of a sentinel event: storms similar to Sandy had hit New York before and done considerable damage, but he (and his predecessors) had not beefed up the city’s defenses against a clear, valid risk. Why would I believe he’s done anything useful against “climate change” and attendant risks? That’s like saying his security detail keeps the alligators away.

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