Climate scientist debunks ‘sea level rise alarm,’ UN climate agenda crumbling
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Many Filipinos have bought the climate change (global warming) dogma for two key reasons: First, they swallowed the claim of sea level rise, and they got scared by the thought that the Philippines as a Pacific island nation will drown in this century. Sea level rise is a key component of climate change alarmism. Second, they bought the promise of rebates by advanced nations (especially the West) for their responsibility in global pollution, and the promise that developing states will get generous financial assistance in coping with climate change.
Makabenta, Y. (2018, December 14). Climate scientist debunks ‘sea level rise alarm,’ UN climate agenda crumbling. The Manila Times, p. A4.
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