Trump Administration Readying For Battle With Climate Change Extremists


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James Hewitt, a spokesman for the Environmental Protection Agency, stated, “The previous use of inaccurate modeling that focuses on worst-case emissions scenarios, that does not reflect real-world conditions, needs to be thoroughly re-examined and tested if such information is going to serve as the scientific foundation of nationwide decision-making now and in the future.”

The administration has decided not to include estimates from the National Climate Assessment, which is delivered every four years. In addition, the Trump administration is creating a new climate review panel supervised by Princeton scientist William Happer, President Trump’s deputy assistant for emerging technologies on the National Security Council. Happer is the emeritus Eugene Higgens professor of physics and Cyrus Fogg Brackett professor of physics at Princeton University.

As E&E News reported, Happer has stated, "The public in general doesn't realize that from the point of view of geological history, we are in a CO2 famine," adding that higher concentrations of CO2 would aid plant life as he cited satellite data. He continued, "There is no problem from CO2. The world has lots and lots of problems, but increasing CO2 is not one of the problems. So [the Paris accord] dignifies it by getting all these yahoos who don't know a damn thing about climate saying, 'This is a problem, and we're going to solve it.' All this virtue signaling.”