Vijay Jayaraj Interviewed on Tom Nelson Podcast
From Vijay Jayaraj on Twitter: @VijayJayaraj_CC on the enormous benefits of coal-fired electricity in India: This 1-minute clip should be required viewing for climate scam believers. They think they’re heroes for blocking coal power in places like India, but actually they’re villains.
Executive Director Gregory Wrightstone Discusses Hurricanes with Epoch Times
Climate Expert on Hurricanes: Numbers of Storms Actually Drop as Oceans Warm Up By Epoch Times‘ Bill Pan, September 30, 2022 As climate change alarmists try to link the catastrophic storm that hit Florida with human-caused global warming, geologist and climate expert Gregory Wrightstone refutes such claims, saying they aren’t based on facts. The director of the educational organization CO2…
Geologist: Warmer Oceans, Fewer Hurricanes Contrary to Media Narrative on Storm Ian
Hurricane Ian has been categorized as a product of climate change by many media companies. NTD spoke to geologist Gregory Wrightstone to learn more about any data that supports or refutes this claim. Wrightstone is the author of “Inconvenient Facts” and is an expert reviewer for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Wrightstone says there is more…
Climate Tyrants Seeking to Silence Scientists Who Disagree, Warns Geologist
From The New American‘s Alex Newman: Advocates for draconian controls over people under the guise of stopping alleged man-made global warming are also working to silence scientists who reject their hypotheses surrounding CO2 and climate change, warned CO2 Coalition Executive Director Gregory Wrightstone in an interview on Conversations That Matter with The New American magazine’s Alex Newman.…
Spending Tons of Money to Reduce Inflation? Not So Much!
Author/geologist and CO2 Coalition Executive Director Gregory Wrightstone discusses what’s in this new tax hike law and the reality of “Climate Change” on the Joe Pags Show. Published August 18, 2022 Spending Tons of Money To Reduce Inflation? Not So Much! (rumble.com)
Economic Suicide to Save a Planet That Doesn’t Need to be Saved
With passage of the “Inflation Reduction Act” the CO2 Coalition staff are in great demand for interviews. On Thursday alone our executive director did five including this one with John Rush. He spent a lot of time on science and details of warming (or the lack thereof) from CO2. He also touched on pipeline restricted…
The Truth About Greenpeace w/ Dr. Patrick Moore | PBD Podcast | Ep. 171
PBD Podcast Episode 171. In this episode, Patrick Bet-David is joined by Dr. Patrick Moore and Adam Sosnick. Get Dr. Moore’s book “Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom”: https://amzn.to/3yF4H8L Follow Dr. Patrick Moore on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3AK778V For more go to Dr. Moore’s website: https://bit.ly/3o44CXe
ENB #64 Gregory Wrightstone – The Inconvenient Facts, The CO2 Collation, and Once Upon a Time; A true story about the miracle molecule.
“Today on the ENB podcast episode #65 we have Gregory Wrightstone stopping by and we covered the facts, and his book The Inconvenient Facts. This is the second time that I was fortunate enough to have Gregory on my podcast. Gregory was also nice enough to show us the brand new book from the CO2…
John Kerry Wants to Emulate COVID Lockdowns for Climate Change (Guest: Gregory Wrightstone)
Gregory Wrightstone, executive director of the CO2 Coalition, explains that John Kerry said the quiet part out loud when he called on the world’s economic and political elites as the World Economic Forum to treat climate change the same as they did the COVID pandemic. Kerry and other climate alarmists want to lock the world…
Fake invisible catastrophes and threats of doom
Patrick Moore’s new book “Fake invisible catastrophes and threats of doom” is required reading for all who are interested in learning the facts about the fake plastic scare, the polar bear non-crisis, and many more from the Climate Industrial Complex.
Steve Koonin on Joe Rogan
Yesterday, Joe Rogan released a 2-hour podcast that Steve Koonin recorded with him on Thursday in Austin. It was a serious, in-depth conversation of climate and energy matters that will reach 11M people (more than NYT, WSJ, WaPo, CNN, and Fox combined).