EPA Chief: ‘Climate Rule’ Is About ‘Reinventing A Global Economy’, No Effect On Climate

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TN Note: EPA Administrator McCarthy speaks in line with United Nations’ rhetoric that climate change has nothing to do with changing the climate, but everything to do with transforming global economic system into Sustainable Development, or “Green Economy.” When will the public, leaders and administrators see the blatant disconnect and say “Stop!” 

Over a period of twenty months, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy repeatedly concedes that the Agency’s sweeping climate-regulation of America’s fossil fuel-fired power plants will have no impact on the Earth’s climate. McCarthy openly admits that the Clean Power Plan “is not about end of pipe controls.” Instead, she says the rule is about “driving investment in renewables…, [and] advancing our ongoing clean energy revolution”. McCarthy says, “That’s what… reinventing a global economy looks like.”


“The value of this rule is not measured [by its climate impact]. It is measured by showing strong domestic action…”
-US House Science Committee
-July 9, 2015

“[T]here is absolutely no reason to” measure the climate impact of the Clean Power Plan “because we know it will take a lot of efforts to actually make those reductions”.
-Senate Appropriations Committee
-April 20, 2016

“We don’t have to prove that any reduction [in greenhouse gas emissions] will actually make a precipitous difference” in global warming.
-IHS Energy CERA Week
-February 24, 2016

The “benefit” of the Clean Power Plan is “in showing sort of domestic leadership as well as garnering support around the country for the agreement we reached in Paris.”
-House Energy and Commerce Committee
-March 22, 2016

“[The Clean Power Plan] is not about pollution control. […] This is an investment strategy…”
-Senate EPW Committee
-July 23, 2014

“[The Clean Power Plan] is about advancing our ongoing clean energy revolution […] That’s what… reinventing a global economy looks like.”
-Council on Foreign Relations
-March 11, 2015

“[The Clean Power Plan] is a fundamental way of relooking at where the United States is heading and how to maintain our competitive edge… That’s what this is all about.”
-Council on Foreign Relations
-March 11, 2015

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doug walker
doug walker

It’s all about “controlling” American money !!!


I think this discombobulated-by-science, dizzy twit actually believes the things that she says.

Jay Warren Clark
Jay Warren Clark

“Driving” Think about this: the people of a free and democratic republic need to be “driven?” But the word means “forced,” does it not? Think about this. She/they take as their model the same authoritarian model that the Founders overturned. How can this be progress? All who see power and force as a way to the solution are not in the service of a free people. They are authoritarians and would force their (undefended) will upon the people, any people. This lady is a monster–and she’s in bed with a bunch of other monsters–non of which are your neighbors, at… Read more »

Peter Palms

Also wind energy John Miller wrote: Wind Energy is not a valuable source of electric ..and the way that the Companies get local towns to buy into it is wrong at every level. There are a few websites I would like for you to see and a movie called windfall http://windfallthemovie.com/index_1.html and that is there tactics towards people .all I want to do is try to create jobs for this hard economic area as many as possible ..With the current structure I have a slim chance but will continue to try .Here are is a website http://www.windtaskforce.org/ that has great… Read more »