Climate Depot, the US think-tank and advocacy group, has created the highly-acclaimed film “Climate Hustle” which takes apart the case for “catastrophic global warming”. It exposes the lies, exaggerations and misinterpretations which underlie the new religion of Warmism.
I have arranged a screening of the film in Brussels next week, October 19th, at 15:00. This event will be open to visitors, but if you’re able to come (and please do), please pre-register at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also arrive an hour beforehand, to allow for the parliament’s extensive registration and security procedures.
We have Marc Morano, perhaps the most prominent campaigner against climate alarmism, and a co-author of the film, attending the event. He will speak and take questions.
If you ever thought that 97% of scientists back Warmism, or that we’re about to cross a catastrophic tipping point, or that the human race will be reduced to a few thousand people scraping an existence at the South Pole, this film will reassure you.
Marc Morano, the award-winning host of Climate Hustle, is one of the highest profile voices of climate realism in the world today. He currently serves as executive editor and chief correspondent for CFACT’s award-winning ClimateDepot.com, a news and information service he founded in 2009. He is a frequent guest on radio and television talk in the U.S. and internationally, including CNN, Fox News, the BBC, and Canada’s Sun TV, and has been profiled in the New York Times, Esquire magazine, Rolling Stone, and numerous others. From 1992 to 1996, Morano served as a reporter for the nationally syndicated “Rush Limbaugh, the Television Show.” He next served as an investigative reporter for Cybercast News Service and as a reporter and producer for the nationally syndicated television newsmagazine “American Investigator.” In 2000, his investigative television documentary “Amazon Rainforest: Clear-Cutting the Myths” created an international firestorm. During his tenure as senior advisor, speechwriter, and climate researcher for U.S. Senator James Inhofe (R-OK), he managed the communication operations of the GOP side of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works.