Over 1,200 scientists and scholars have signed onto the World Climate Declaration, which states “there is no climate emergency” and the agenda behind the narrative is based on political and personal beliefs.

The signatories from around the world say that climate science has “degenerated” into a discussion not based on sound self-critical science but rather political exaggerations.

The declaration has racked up notable support within the scientific community since it began in 2019 by Climate Intelligence, an organization that encourages policies based on scientific evidence – something many governments have altogether avoided.

The declaration states:

“Climate science should be less political, while climate policies should be more scientific. Scientists should openly address uncertainties and exaggerations in their predictions of global warming, while politicians should dispassionately count the real costs as well as the imagined benefits of their policy measures.”

The memo gives various reasons why there is not an environmental emergency, referencing the Little Ice Age in 1850 as an example of the earth’s varying climate. Natural factors cause warming, which is slower than predicted by inadequate models, it states.

“There is no cause for panic and alarm. We strongly oppose the harmful and unrealistic net-zero CO2 policy proposed for 2050. Go for adaptation instead of mitigation; adaptation works whatever the causes are.”

Economic and environmental costs have been overlooked when it comes to renewable energy options. Take wind energy for example. A closer look reveals that a 100 megawatt (MW) wind farm providing power to 75,000 homes, requires roughly 30,000 tons of iron ore, 50,000 tons of concrete, and 900 tons of non-recyclable plastics.

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“With current plans, the International Renewable Energy Agency calculates that by 2050, the disposal of worn-out solar panels will constitute over double the tonnage of all today’s global plastic waste,” said Mark Mills, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute.

The long-term effects of the waste accumulated go unnoticed. The same applies to electric vehicles, which simply store energy consumed from a power plant in a battery that will eventually go bad and end up at a dump.

The experts close by questioning today’s mainstream approach to climate ideas: “Should not we free ourselves from the naive belief in immature climate models?”

The climate crisis has become the center of attention among leftists, but it’s rooted in fear and the unknown. Thus, trillions of dollars are directed toward companies willing to fight the alleged threat.

Multi-billionaire climate activist John Kerry flies the world in a private jet while simultaneously saying the climate revolution will cost us trillions. Maybe he should start by permanently grounding his jet?

Most recently, the Inflation Reduction Act sent hundreds of billions in funding to climate change initiatives. At the end of the day, it’s all based on unprovable solutions. Just think about it, can humans truly change the course of the weather?

The earth is going to dictate for itself, and all we humans can do is adapt. It’s not some conspiracy theory either, it’s an idea agreed upon by thousands of environmental experts uninterested in the politics.

Silence Dogood, who writes under Benjamin Franklin’s famous pseudonym, is a staff writer with the Convention of States Project, a project of Citizens for Self-Governance.

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