Watch Now: Climate Depot’s Morano on Fox News on World Economic Forum $14 Trillion Climate Plan: ‘It implies that if we spend $14 trillion we can prevent another storm like Sandy’

Click to Watch Morano on Cavuto’s ‘Your World’ on Fox News Channel on January 22, 2013:

Morano: The more the green plans fail, the more the green planners plan’

‘They are talking about ending our ‘addiction to fossil fuels’, well if you are worried about the 1.5 billion people around the world who don’t have running water or electricity, living have huts made of dung. The greatest friend they have is fossil fuels. The idea that we are going to somehow put solar panels on huts made of dung or windmills instead of real carbon based infrastructure and running water, and electricity and modern hospitals is turning reality on its head.

They are trying to bring in every storm as somehow a justification for spending literally trillions of dollars and turning over large sections the economy to international bureaucrat’s. To do absolute nothing to impact the weather or the climate because governments cannot control weather and climate’

Spend trillions to prevent global warming! Davos call for $14trn ‘greening’ of global economy — Spending is critical to ‘save the world and its economy from devastating global warming’

The extra spending amounts to roughly $700bn a year until 2030 and would provide a much-needed economic stimulus as well as reduce the costs associated with global warming further down the line, said Mr Calderon, who leads the alliance.

It is better to try to pre-empt events like Hurricane Sandy, which cost $50bn, by keeping a lid on global warming, concluded the report, researched by the Accenture consultancy.

Mr Calderon, whose six-year term as Mexican President ended in November, said: “It is clear that we are facing a climate crisis with potentially devastating impacts on the global economy.”

NYT: Climategate Prof. Michael Mann goes full political — ‘Backs Bill to Curb Emissions’ — Mann ‘has thrown his support behind an effort to get Pennsylvania to do more to reduce its CO2 emissions’

Dr. Mann criticized those who would deny climate change and mankind’s responsibility for it, even in the face of recent weather extremes

“One often hears the misleading claim that no single event, regardless of how extreme or unprecedented, can be blamed on climate change,” he said. “That is like saying that no single roll of a ‘six’ with loaded dice can be blamed on the loading of the dice.

“Just as the unusual number of ‘sixes’ rolled is due to the loading of the dice, so are the more frequent and extreme weather events we are seeing due collectively to the ‘loading’ of weather dice by increased heat-trapping greenhouse gases produced by our continued burning of fossil fuels,” he told reporters.