More than 1,600 scientists and other scholars sign ‘No Climate Emergency’ declaration

College Fix | Sept. 25, 2023

A total of 1,609 scientists, professors and other scholars have signed on to a new declaration that argues there is no climate change crisis.

“There is no climate emergency” is the title of the declaration that consists of 53 pages’ worth of signatories from across the globe, including some Nobel Laureates and other researchers from prestigious universities. Other signers include engineers, attorneys and other professionals.

The declaration, published with its endorsers in mid-August, lists six main arguments against the alleged climate crisis, including that carbon dioxide is not a pollutant and is actually “plant food” and “the basis of all life on Earth.”

The motivation for the statement “is to counter the almost universal media climate catastrophe narrative with objective facts verified by over 1,600 independent scientists, engineers and professionals from over 30 countries,” said Jim O’Brien, chair of the Irish Climate Science Forum, in an email to The College Fix.


2 Comments on More than 1,600 scientists and other scholars sign ‘No Climate Emergency’ declaration

  1. Good luck changing the minds of the insane talmudists who presume to rule the world through their conquering of commercial media, re-education, finance, medicine, military etc. They need to be caught & taken away to the funny farm.

  2. Strawman. Ratheon and mcdonald douglas geoengineering patents are decades old and ain’t called an ionosphere heater for nothing. Oh and scalar waves. 8th grade science, easily repeatable in many contexts . In your basement. All on open display of massive antarctic storm that just hammered south Africa which worked like a charm, massive hit on fruit growing region. Expect Oz coming right up. Oh and just because they gotcha cheerleading for chevron doesn’t mean tram lanes aren’t a thing

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