Ladbrokes is citing odds of 1/2 for her to win and according to the bookmaker, she is way ahead of the rest of the pack after her speech at a recent U.N. conference.
Other odds being set by Ladbrokes include New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Adern at 8/1 and the European Union down at 20/1.
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"For some reason despite most news outlets claiming they are covering climate, this has not surfaced as news"
On the same day that Greta Thunberg made an impassioned speech to the UN about her fears of a climate emergency, 500 scientists sent a registered letter to the UN Secretary-General stating that there is no climate emergency and climate policies should be designed to benefit the lives of people. "For some reason despite most news outlets claiming they are covering climate now, this has not surfaced as news. That's curious, isn't it?"
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Sibel Edmonds on the Media: Information Age or Censorship Era?
A few macro points on government whistleblowers, leaks and the media. If the media, journalists, did what they are supposed to be doing, would there be any need for channels such as Wikileaks? But the media, and almost all coopted alternative media with a large reach, have been doing the exact opposite- Here’s how.
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People on one side of the argument dismiss their opponents as wild-eyed socialists attempting to leverage public fear and ignorance to further their political agenda. On the opposite side, people dismiss those who disagree with their supposedly settled scientific conclusions as nothing more than knowing shills or ignorant dupes of evil energy interests.
In between those extremes that are so popular with armies of public relations professionals, who shape the messages of public interest groups and professional politicians to maximum effect, are a not-so-quiet silent majority of scientists and professionals who take a more measured, reasoned view of the science when considering the supposed climate emergency some say we’re facing.
A group of 500-some scientists and professionals signed on to the “European Climate Declaration” that was released last week. This simple, short, and understandable statement proposed how analysis of any public policy issue involving complex science should be approached from a reasoned, fact-based perspective.
Statements such as “97 percent of climatologists agree that anthropogenic climate change is occurring” isn’t a statement of fact, it’s an opinion twice removed. It’s an opinion that involves evaluation of the legitimacy of how the results of the poll in question were sorted to dismiss some answers and allow others, and it’s an opinion in terms of how representative the sample size is with respect to all climate professionals.
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