First there was “global warming.” Then it became “climate
change” when warm temperatures cooled.
But in California, the California Environmental Protection
Agency is promoting global warming again.
“State releases plan to deal with extreme heat caused by global
warming,” the CalEPA
press release stated. “In the wake of the hottest July ever
recorded in the United States, California state agencies today
released a plan to deal with extreme heat caused by global
warming,” the CalEPA warned.
The hottest July ever recorded in the U.S.? What about
California? It wasn’t that hot in our state in July.
“Every year people in California succumb to extreme heat,” said
California Environmental Protection Agency Secretary Matt
Rodriquez, who chairs the state’s Climate Action Team, the press
Demonstrative of an agency looking for a problem to solve, the
CalEPA’s proposed plan states:
“Some of the proposed recommendations in this draft document… Read More