It’s a story that the climate hawks have been repeating since at least 2011.
It involves two people and a country that is just about the same size as the United States, and a whole lot of land and water.
It’s the most dangerous threat to the planet in the world, and it’s being systematically ignored by the people who are supposed to be protecting it.
The story is that the planet is warming and we are going to be exposed to extreme weather events, extreme heat waves, droughts, wildfires, and all sorts of other catastrophes.
We’re not going to have a great future, but the media and the political class are telling us we are.
In fact, it’s so false that the U.N. Climate Change Conference is holding a conference in December that is scheduled to feature such headlines as: How do you stop the climate scare?
How can we get past the denial?
We’ll see how we do, according to the conference’s keynote speaker, Bill McKibben, whose organization 350.org has been pushing to take the story to the people.
But we’re not there yet.
The United States is only the sixth country in the entire world to meet the U-turn on greenhouse gas emissions, which have been steadily declining for years.
But as it turns out, the story about how the United Nations is going to get rid of its global warming agenda is not about to change.
The new U.S. President Donald Trump has been doing the talking.
Trump has repeatedly threatened to pull the U