Newsweek features Morano – Mag. agrees with Morano’s claims on UN Paris pact! FOX NEWS GUEST MORANO SAYS ADDRESSING CLIMATE THROUGH PARIS AGREEMENT ARE ‘MEDIEVAL WITCHCRAFT’

Climate Depot | 2/12/2019 | Marc Morano
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Newsweek agrees that Morano's 2 key points on Fox & Friends are correct!

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Morano - Point - Fox - Friends - Feb

Morano point #1 on Fox & Friends Feb. 12, 2019: “The authors of this two degree target actually admit it was, quote, pulled from thin air, the scientists in the United Nations admit this.” See:

Newsweek response: “I think that the two degree target was chosen more for political reasons than for true scientific reasons,” Columbia University professor Scott Barrett, who served on the U.N. Climate Panel, told PBS NewsHour in 2015. “The idea was to — if countries could agree on a collective target, that that would mobilize the action needed to get the whole world to act together.”

Morano - Point - Fox - Friends - Feb

Morano point #2 on Fox & Friends Feb. 12, 2019: “So — and then even The Washington Post has acknowledged that. (See:

ven if you’re afraid of global warming, the U.N. Paris Agreement would basically do nothing, has no impact on the climate. This is medieval witchcraft to think that we can all come together with some treaty, make a bunch of pledges, and have a temperature a hundred years that’s different.” See:

Newsweek - Critics - Paris - Agreement - Morano

Newsweek: Critics of the Paris Agreement have noted Morano’s argument about the ability for the Paris Agreement to enact change. After the announcement of the international accord — which Trump withdrew from in 2017 — critics argued that it lacked legal enforceability. In December, nations at the COP24 conference agreed on a set of rules detailing how countries will track emissions. But experts still expressed concern about the pace of progress. “My biggest concern is that the UN talks failed to align ambitions with science,” Johan Rockstrom, the director designate at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, told The Guardian.

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