Global warming equals climate change equals carbon dioxide equals carbon tax.
It all started in the 1980s, with lefty radicals who used the United Nations to redistribute the wealth from wealthy nations to poor nations with the goal of a world government.
Agenda 21 was the master plan to carry it out, and environmentalism was the major underlying cause to be exploited, as it would apply to all countries and areas of the earth. It was automatic to get the votes in the UN, because there are a lot more poor countries than wealthy ones.
Radical environmentalism has become a planet-wide, superstitious cult of myths distortions and propaganda. First it was "Global Warming" that didn't happen. So the movement/cult changed the caption to "Climate Change" so it could continue to get gravy-train public funding for its studies.
They couldn't go wrong with that terminology, as the climate is guaranteed to change, and wouldn't be climate if it didn't.
We would probably not exist if the climate didn't change. Imagine getting only rain, only snow, or only sun, etc. Farmers pray for climate change when they are in a drought and are getting only sun.
That's why we have four seasons which are and always have been natural cycle climate change driven by the sun, the oceans, and the earth's axis tilt.
There are some areas on earth where the climate has much less changes than other areas, like Antarctica and the deserts - not exactly ideal conditions for growing vegetation or food.
But it's really insulting our sense of logic and reason with all this climate change nonsense and hysteria every time we get some mixed weather.
At higher elevations, the skiers are loving the extended season. It's springtime and the weather is supposed to be mixed wind, snow, rain, and sun. It's like they have never heard the age-old expression, "April showers bring May flowers."
Little kids are wrongly being indoctrinated in our schools with misinformation and fear of the climate and our planet.
The Agenda 21 eco-fraud-geniuses came up with demonizing carbon dioxide, an inert atmospheric gas vital to the growth of all vegetation and living things on earth.
Of the greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, like methane, nitrous oxide, ozone, etc., water vapour is 95 per cent by volume and carbon dioxide is less than four per cent, so why isn't the focus on water vapour? You can't demonize and tax water vapour, because it's too obvious and the public won't buy it.
We should also not buy the lie that carbon or carbon dioxide is bad. Greenhouses add five times more carbon dioxide, to grow healthier plants with half the water.
You should be really worried if the climate doesn't change.
Roland Seguin, Langley