Letter to the Editor
On Feb. 8, Kris Johnson will be speaking at the cattle association meeting in Sandpoint on the topic of climate change and environmental sustainability related to beef production. This concern can easily be proven to be bull ...
Carbon dioxide makes up only 0.04% of our atmosphere and only 0.03 5% of the 0.04% comes from human sources. Furthermore any increase in CO2 would be beneficial to the atmosphere and food production, not detrimental, says Dr. William Happer, former director of science US Department of energy. On methane, Dr. Happer explained that it’s a non-issue because there is so little of it in our atmosphere. (Watch his video on You Tube.)
So why the big freak out? And where did the term environmental sustainability originate? Answer. It originated in the pages of the official report of the UN World Commission on environment and development authored by the Vice President of the world Socialist Party, the purpose of which is to promote world socialism. From that, agenda 2030 was born, which is a comprehensive blueprint for the reorganization of all human society. If that sounds crazy it’s because it is crazy, but nonetheless true.
The reality of the CO2 debate is CO2 makes up only 0.04% of our atmosphere and only a small fraction of that comes from human sources. Furthermore any increase in CO2 would be beneficial to the environment not detrimental. For more information on this topic go to the New American website.