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Paris Agreement Climate Change Targets are Unattainable- FoS Calls for a Review of the Science

Canada’s federal environment commission auditor says Canada will miss Paris Agreement climate change (GHG reduction) targets, a finding which Friends of Science says is self-evident, unless the country’s economy is to be shut down. Friends of Science reject the position that human effects on climate change presents a crisis and calls for a review of the science in light of US energy policy changes; new findings show that human industrial carbon dioxide emissions have a nominal impact on climate change.

Bloomberg "Dirty Oil" Headline Denigrates Environmentally Responsible Alberta Oil Sands

Bloomberg report makes false 'dirty oil' claims about Alberta oil sands emissions, says Friends of Science, stating the Bloomberg emissions are exaggerated, and Alberta has been a climate and environmental leader since 2002. Recent reports show numerous Canadian environmental groups have been funded by offshore money to denigrate the oil sands in an apparent ‘cloaked-in-green’ trade war against Canadian resources, according to the Friends, who say it is time to unfriend ENGOs.

Activist Investors and CDP Worldwide are Skewing Canadian Investment and Energy Markets

While Canada’s TransMountain pipeline faces public blockades, Friends of Science Society says Canadian energy industries are more damaged by the activist investors of United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI) and CDP Worldwide reports that have negatively affected investor, insurer and banking perceptions of Canada’s oil sands. Friends of Science says a fundamental faulty definition of climate change is to blame.

IPCC Chairman Dismisses Friends of Science Billboard Campaign

IPCC Chairman Hoesung Lee of South Korea said Friends of Science Society should publish in peer-reviewed journals, not on billboards, as they did for the recent IPCC Cities conference in Edmonton. As part of the conference, the “Alberta Narratives” mass public climate change indoctrination program was introduced to Calgarians at the Telus Spark Science Center by green activist George Marshall and Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, professor of political science at Texas Tech University.

IPCC Cities and Climate Science Conference 2018 to be Welcomed with Friends of Science Billboard Campaign

As delegates and scientists flock to Edmonton, Alberta for the 2018 IPCC Cities and Climate Science conference, Friends of Science Society announces a new billboard campaign to welcome them. There are three messages dotted throughout the downtown core, meant to stimulate open, civil debate on the crucial question of whether it is carbon dioxide, or if it is the sun and other natural factors that are the main drivers of climate change.

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