UN Names “Angry Bird” as their Latest Climate Ambassador

Much ado about nothing. How much CO2 did this red carpet event at UN HQ create? Why didn’t they use CITRIX go to meeting if they’re so “green”?

Watts Up With That?


The press conference released a video, some screen caps below. Video follows below.


From the “anyone has to be better than sex fiend Rajenda Pacahuri” department…

"Red" is now on a mission to save the world from Global Warming “Red” is now on a mission to save the world from Global Warming

Guest essay by Eric Worrall

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has named the red bird, from the blockbuster game franchise “Angry Birds”, as the new honorary ambassador for the International Day of Happiness.

18 March 2016 – The United Nations today appointed Red, the leader of the “Angry Birds” mobile game characters, as an envoy to inspire climate action toward a sustainable and happier future for all.

Red’s appointment, as Honorary Ambassador for Green, is part of a UN campaign launched today in partnership with the globally renowned characters to make a direct link between tackling climate change and people’s happiness and well-being on the occasion of the…

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The Wind Industry’s Malicious & Unjustified Harm to Public Health


Wisconsin sign sick and tired

Wind power is a public health problem
Cape Cod Times
Lilli-Ann Green
7 March 2016

Wind turbine projects have previously been rejected in Wellfleet, Eastham, Orleans, Harwich, Dennis, Brewster, Barnstable and Bourne. Health concerns have been a major issue.

A Superior Court judge, hearing neighbor’ complaints that wind turbine noise constituted an intolerable “nuisance” that was causing “irreparable harm,” issued an injunction to curtail operations.

The “Falmouth experience” is not unique. Residents in at least 21 communities in Massachusetts (and hundreds of locations all over the world) have reported significant health problems as the result of living too close to wind turbines. Those problems include sleep disruption and deprivation, headaches, ear pressure, dizziness, nausea, problems with concentration and memory, fast heart rate, high blood pressure and panic episodes.

In a 2011 peer-reviewed journal article, Harvard-trained epidemiologist Carl Phillips wrote, “There is overwhelming evidence that wind turbines cause serious health problems…

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