Obama admin awards $31.2 million so warmists can predict what climate will be like in 10 years

The National Science Foundation announced:

What will Earth’s climate be like in a decade–or sooner? And what will it be like where you live, and around the globe?

To help find answers, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and other federal agencies have awarded new grants to study the consequences of climate variability and change.

The awards were made through the interagency Decadal and Regional Climate Prediction Using Earth System Models (EaSM) Program. At NSF, EaSM is part of the Science, Engineering and Education (SEES) portfolio of investments.

“NSF is strongly supportive of the EaSM goal of improved understanding of the climate system,” says Roger Wakimoto, NSF assistant director for Geosciences.

“Better climate predictions will arm decision-makers with the quantitative information they need to help chart the appropriate future course for society,” says Wakimoto.

Other agencies awarding grants in the interagency EaSM Program are the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

NSF has invested $22.7 million in the awards; USDA, $5.2 million; and DOE, $3.3 million.

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5 thoughts on “Obama admin awards $31.2 million so warmists can predict what climate will be like in 10 years”

  1. A lot of that money will end up financing Democrat campaigns, and a lot of it is pay back for previous campaign support.

  2. It will of course be much cooler around the globe as solar activity dies away from now on. At latitudes north of 60 degrees temperatures will be 3.5+ C degrees cooler on average in ten years time. In twenty years time it will be colder still. At lower latitudes mean global temperatures will be over 2 degrees lower on average . My fee for this prediction is $3.12. It will be far more accurate than the results from the $31.2 million being ripped from the American tax payers and squandered on the same politicos who got it wrong last time.

  3. Restructure US government to make “huge” green changes in America, study proposes
    By George Russell
    Published July 09, 2013

    FILE — June 25, 2013: President Obama wipes his face as he speaks about climate change, Tuesday, June 25, 2013, at Georgetown University in Washington. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
    EXCLUSIVE: The Obama administration should dramatically reorganize the relationships between America’s federal departments and agencies, and overcome legal barriers to help install the nebulous principle of “sustainability” across government, the economy and society at large, according to a new National Research Council study sponsored by many of the federal departments that would be most affected.
    The study also calls for installing sustainability in the “culture of government” and recommends that the U.S. look for inspiration to a number of “national sustainable development strategies” adopted under the United Nation’s controversial Agenda 21, a highly detailed blueprint for reworking the global economy and environment that was reaffirmed at last year’s Rio + 20 summit on sustainable development.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/07/09/restructure-us-government-to-make-huge-green-changes-in-america-study-proposes/#ixzz2YaWlSLiz

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