Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Notley challenged to stop slagging Alberta's air quality

Friends of Science:
Friends of Science Society is challenging Alberta’s Premier Rachel Notley to clear the air before the Paris COP-21 climate change conference, regarding statements she made about Alberta’s air quality and environmental track record. ...
... According to the World Health Organization, Canada has the third best air quality in the world ... with both Calgary and Edmonton ranked in the top ten best air quality cities in Canada ...

... Premier Notley spoke to the Alberta Chambers of Commerce on Sept. 22, 2015, claiming that Alberta’s air quality was poor and ... Friends of Science reject this statement pointing out the hypocrisy of bowing to the pressure UN Climate Change policy advocates ...
And what's the Paris meeting all about? Michelle Stirling knows:

5 comments:

Ward Benedict said...

I wish it were just as simple as Michelle states, but Paris will be about international agreements that will see us signing away our technological, economic and national sovereignty.

This is about control of the worlds life blood, nothing more nothing less and it is the coup de grace for the left.

Control energy and you control the worlds population.

Frances said...

She's obviously referring to the air quality inside the NDP caucus room. No other reason can explain the 7.5% crony raises last year, not to mention the race to attend the Boston ethics conference which would deal with strictly US concerns.

Anonymous said...

old white guy asks............what's this third best air in the world nonsense? cities can have locally polluted air but we all share the same air planet wide.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for making me aware of "Friends of Science." Never heard of them before. They've got some good info on their website.

JR said...

Friends of Science do excellent work. Join.
Michelle Stirling is very astute and doesn't hesitate to vigorously, but politely, debate AGW true-believers and propagandists wherever they try to spread error and misinformation.