NYT’s Environmental Writer Paid $12,500 to Speak About Global Warming
Looks like a lot of pro GLOBAL WARMING MOONBATS in the media will take MONEY to blow a lot of disinformation about GW.
Climate change event mishandled
Yes, climate change is an important issue. And, yes, public education on the impacts of global warming to South Sound and what residents can do to minimize their individual impact is important. But what’s really galling is the fact that the two speakers, Andrew Revkin, author and environmental writer for The New York Times and Terry Tempest Williams, a naturalist and author, are not even going to take questions from the audience.
Wouldn’t a video conference have been more environmentally conscious?
Each speaker will receive $12,500 plus travel and lodging costs for their 30-minute presentation — about $435 per minute — and South Sound residents don’t even get to have their questions answered.
Hardly seems right, does it?
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