Friends Of The Earth Plan Extreme Weather Attribution Campaign
This makes for interesting reading the ecozealots at Green NGO Friends of the Earth are busy planning a
climate change awareness event attribution campaign where they are asking subscribers to the mailing list if they or anyone they know has been impacted by the warmists current favourite meme “extreme weather”:
Subject: Have you been impacted by climate change?
From: “Peter Stocker” <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Tue, October 2, 2012 5:19 pm
I work at Friends of the Earth and I am contacting you because I hope you might be able to help me with a project I’m working on.
We’re planning a climate change awareness campaign that will tell the stories of people whose lives have been impacted by extreme weather or wildfires.
This person could be a farmer hit by drought, or a friend who suffered health problems during heat waves–like asthma or heat stroke. It could be someone who was impacted by a tornado, hurricane, flood, or wildfire. You might not have realized it, but you or someone you know may have a story to tell.
We want to tell the story of Americans impacted by these kinds of events so more people can see the reality of climate change here in America.
If you or anyone you know might be able to help us, I’d really appreciate hearing from you. You can simply reply to this email or call me either at my direct office line *(530-749-9935)* or on my mobile phone *(510-517-1375)*.
*Thanks so much for your help!
Membership director, Friends of the Earth
email@example.com* [ mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Rest assured Friends of the Earth will make sure your extreme weather story is entirely attributable to CO2 and western industrialised society.
Hat tip to GG_Girl for the email.
Posted on October 2, 2012, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, Church Of Climatology, Climate Change, Green Lies, Junk Science, ManBearPig, Oh FFS, Renewables, Sustainable Development, Wealth Redistribution and tagged Event Attribution, Friends of the Earth. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.