President Trump Delivers Remarks on USA Environmental Leadership – 3:30pm EST Livestream

President Trump delivers remarks recognizing the successful environmental leadership of the administration and America’s role in leading the world.

UPDATE: Video Added

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33 Responses to President Trump Delivers Remarks on USA Environmental Leadership – 3:30pm EST Livestream

  1. grlangworth says:

    How clean’s the air we breathe, and the water we drink. That’s the environment. Thank you, God, for CO2.

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    • FL_GUY says:

      Absolutely! No CO2 means no plants, no plants means no Oxygen and of course no Oxygen means…….

      More CO2 is good for all life; on Earth you cannot have too much CO2 because the plant kingdom uses it to make Oxygen; more CO2, more plants, more Oxygen. The miracle of the Creator making a system of life that works together to promote life. It really is a miracle unappreciated by most people and of course, the lefties are too stupid to get it.

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      • Toenail says:

        I think the leaders of the lefties get it. If you want to destroy America many of the environmental regulations are the answer.

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      • ristvan says:

        Yup, F G. Been an ardent environmentalist since Boy Scouts. Hunting, fishing, skiing, sailing, kayaking, camping. All you need is clean air, clean water, and sufficient protected habitat. Thanks to EPA, we have the first two. Thanks to organizations like Ducks Unlimited, Nature Conservancy, NPS, state DNRs, and local outdoor groups, we have in most places sufficient wildlife habitat. PDJT gets all that directly for his golf courses and indirectly thru ardent hunter Trump Jr.

        The whole global warming thing is a scientific crock. And even if it weren’t, the only viable clean energy solution is nuclear that Greens hate, as renewables are costly in and of themselves (hence subsidies), yet also intermittent and without grid inertia placing additional cost burdens on the system not borne by renewables.

        Wrote half of one ebook, The Arts of Truth, and all of a second, Blowing Smoke, on these issues. cheap and available at iBooks and Amazon Kindle. Plus many additional guest post articles at WUWT and Climate Etc starting in 2011. The posts highlight much deliberate scientific ‘fraud’ (see, eg, “Totten Glacier” at CE), the fundamental problems with climate data and models (see, eg, “The Trouble with Models” at WUWT), and renewable issues. For example, at Judith Curry’s Climate Etc. a senior utility exec ‘Planning Engineer” and I worked from the 2015 ‘official’ EIA leveled cost of electricity (LCOE) to rectify their deliberate errors and omissions. “The True Cost of Wind” done correctly and omitting subsidies: CCGT LCOE is about $57/MWh, wind on the Texas ERCOT grid system (specific to backup, grid inertia, and transmission lines) is about $147/MWh.

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        • Paul Hanlon says:

          Hi ristvan,

          I too spent a lot of time on Watts Up With That, I remember some of your guest posts, and was very impressed with them. At that time you were posting as rud istvan, and I was posting as paulhan. I said then, and I still say now that the man made climate change “paradigm” is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the human race.

          And yet, for all of our debunking of the climate myths that were being disseminated at the time, President Trump cut through all of that by simply pointing out that America was paying for most of this scam, and he was not prepared to do so any more, unless other nations like China, India, and Russia stepped up to the plate and paid their fair share.

          After watching the video, I am in awe of the measures that PDJT’s administration has put in place to address the real environmental issues that can truly make a difference to people’s lives.

          I always like your comments here, so full of good sense, and I do hope your God is looking down on you in your current struggles.

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          • ristvan says:

            As to my current significant other struggles, it is day to day, and a major reason I no longer research and write many guest posts for WUWT of CE unless asked to. Personal priorities.

            I did several days of recent research after she had another bad ‘I can’t breathe’ relapse (for days), and have ordered two new expensive dietary supplements. One, quite expensive, has gone thru several small (40-80 people) European clinical anxiety trials, is considered a prescription drug there, and is recommended by a several thousand page Mayo Clinic supported health encyclopedia. So we struggle on.

            Tango Yankee for your kind thoughts and recognition.

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            • Paul Hanlon says:

              I’m not subscribed to WordPress, so I cannot “like” your comment. I hope this will do as a replacement. I really hope this new medication relieves things for your significant other. There is nothing more frustrating than seeing someone you love deteriorate and not being able to alleviate it. I have been through it. Be strong for her, you are definitely one of the good guys. And You are in my thoughts.

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        • Yeah ristvan, Boy & Girl Scouts have done more for environmental protection than any other group. Thx for your writing on WUWT, CE, and here. I appreciate your contributions and I’m sure there are many many readers who are similarly enriched.

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      • Deception Stinks says:

        You get it, FL_GUY, but what in the world do we do w/kids being taught bogus silliness in grade, secondary and college levels? I don’t believe “Lefties” are stupid, instead they see HUGE $$$$$$ in the hoax contrived decades ago. So somehow we need to educate kids. My grandkids are seeing schoolmates taking their lives; possibly from family life or drugs, but I believe AOC and the rest of the Lefties are scaring the crap out of youth by proclaiming earthlife will end in 12 yrs.

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        • FL_GUY says:

          When I was in fourth grade, we had to build terrariums as an example of the symbiotic nature of plants and animals; the CO2 – O2 cycle. The units included charcoal, plants and were watered, Then they were sealed and then were self sustaining. They were like a small slice of planet Earth. As long as they were kept sealed, they lasted indefinitely, just like planet Earth will last indefinitely; with or without humanity..

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          • Deception Stinks says:

            Honesty taking place in schools back then. Now just brainwashing and no critical thinking. My granddaughter is in advanced courses for her age and learning the ‘green’ agenda. I’m praying she has common sense to see through the propaganda.

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    • Bendix says:

      Yes, yea, yes.
      President Trump needs to get that message out, rather his people do, more forcefully.
      Young people who care about the natural planet and conservation are not to be mocked; stewardship is a good thing.
      They need reassurance that this man really cares, that he has this.

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    • flyboy46 says:

      2Jan2015
      At a news conference [22Jan2015] in Brussels, Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of U.N.’s Framework be adopted Convention on Climate Change, admitted that the goal of environmental activists is not to save the world from ecological calamity, but to DESTROY CAPITALISM. “This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution,” she said . Referring to a new international treaty environmentalists hope will at change conference later this year, she added: “This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model for the first time in human history.”
      Investor’s Business Daily: http://news.investors DOTcom/ibd-editorials/021015the Paris climate-738779-climate-change-scare-tool-to-destroy-capitalism.htm#ixzz3RXh5Tujn

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      • flyboy46 says:

        IPCC official, Ottmar Edenhofer, speaking in November 2010: “But one must say clearly that we redistribute, de facto, the world’s wealth by climate policy. … one has to free oneself from the illusion that international climate policy is environmental policy. Instead, climate change policy is about how we redistribute, de facto, the world’s wealth…” “This has almost nothing to do with environmental policy, anymore.”
        From Der Spiegel

        The Buffett Rule
        The billionaire was even more explicit about his goal of reducing his company’s tax payments. “I will do anything that is basically covered by the law to reduce Berkshire’s tax rate,” he said. “For example, on wind energy, we get a tax credit if we build a lot of wind farms. That’s the only reason to build them. They don’t make sense without the tax credit.”
        Think about that one. Mr. Buffett says it makes no economic sense to build wind farms without a tax credit, which he gladly uses to reduce his company’s tax payments to the Treasury. So political favors for the wind industry induce a leading U.S. company to misallocate its scarce investment dollars for an uneconomic purpose. Berkshire and its billionaire shareholder get a tax break and the feds get less revenue, which must be made up by raising tax rates on millions of other Americans who are much less well-heeled than Mr. Buffett.
        This is precisely the kind of tax favoritism for the wealthy that Mr. Romney’s tax reform would have reduced, and that other tax reformers want to stop. Too bad Mr. Buffett didn’t share this rule with voters in 2012.
        From the WSJ

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        • flyboy46 says:

          Poland Bans Wind Turbines in 17 years
          Now we have the nation of Poland examining the health damages of Wind turbines. They have discovered that the low frequency noise given off by wind turbines, affects cellular development and mimics heart problems. They are going to force REMOVAL of ALL wind turbines in 17 years! Check this out, https://wattsupwiththat.com/?s=poland+%2Cwind+turbines and read to the end and check the comments of Sommer, and watch the YouTube video for a real education in the subject.

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  2. Maybe some one from Environmental leadership come up with best idea how rid off OXYGEN from DC SWAMP ….

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  3. sunnyflower5 says:

    4th of July event will take place again next year and the foreseeable future 🇺🇸

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  4. sunnyflower5 says:

    Incredible environmental news— funny how media doesn’t cover it.

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    • Lack is not all says:

      The media is the big divider: the ones who listen or read the MSM and are completely un informed but indoctrinated and the ones who know facts and are in charge of the doing in this country.

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  5. sunnyflower5 says:

    Should it be announced with bugles?

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  6. WRB says:

    troll

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  7. benifranlkin says:

    wrong thread troll

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  8. Lack is not all says:

    Are you sure you understand what the President says? We dont advertise in advance what we do. Please pay attention before you talk (write).

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  9. When you read A Christmas Carol again this year, you should bear in mind that, the Thames River in London froze over at least 23 times from 1309 to 1814. It froze solid enough that they held a “Frost Fair” on its surface. Dickens would have heard tales of this from his parents. (He was two years old at the time.)

    https://www.historic-uk.com/HistoryUK/HistoryofEngland/The-Thames-Frost-Fairs/

    Well, it hasn’t frozen solid since. So, how much do we really know about the climate engine of this planet? Perhaps not nearly as much as we think. Yes, I think that Al Gore was entirely justified in publicizing his “Inconvenient Truth,” which was at the very least a statistical correlation that needed (IMHO) to receive public attention. But, was it actually – in the conventional and the intended sense – “Truth?” That’s what we really don’t know. And so, as we consider policy decisions, I think that we need to keep this ignorance in mind. So that we don’t engage in utterly nonsensical feel-good claptrap such as “The Green New Deal™” and thereby waste all of our time. “Extremism” will only serve to distract our policy debates away from “much, much smaller things” which might actually do some good.

    “Truth” is, this planet really doesn’t need “saving,” and even if it did we couldn’t do it.

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    • Patrick healy says:

      Could you please elaborate on the ” al Gore was justified bit” Mike?
      How can anyone with all their marbles ‘ justify” that charlatan.

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      • I think that Al Gore observed a statistical correlation that – in his mind and in the minds of those he talked to – was compelling. He used his position to create conversation on the topic and sought to promote policy discussions. I felt that it was a very good example of statecraft. I don’t agree with his theories about where the correlation came from, but I think that he was justified in doing what he did, in the way that he did it. It was very effective, because it asked people to think.

        “That’s my opinion and I’m sticking to it.” 😀

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  10. sunnyflower5 says:

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  12. This was so informative…just had a chance to watch the whole thing. I really wish more people could see this but i know the media will not even report it happened, So sad for our country; the media truly is the enemy of the people. But, I learned a lot about what is going on and it all sounds good. This is the kind of thing I really like about this site…thank you SD….this is great.

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  13. GSparrow says:

    President Trump’s speech and event on “USA Environmental Leadership in the World” was great to see. Surrendering American sovereignty of the environment to the EU or any other large bureaucratic body of lefty ideologues would’ve been disastrous as POTUS was aware. Now, the USA is free to develop its own effective environmental policies and innovations to counter pollution problems without adding more external bureaucracies or killing jobs.

    This way, the people in the communities across the nation also have a better say in these policies (and not just by voting) as pollution problems develop and as some of the speakers at the event indicated. This an infinitely better policy than following the legally binding, harsh directives ordered by a Communist style Green Politburo and their ludicrous Green Book in Washington. Especially when it’s led by someone like AOC or Comrade Bernie. The detached, coastal elites must never gain ultimate power over the rest of the nation.

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  14. Disgusted says:

    Did all the activist liberals such as Matt Damen and George Clooney and Leo Whoever actually fund and follow through with long ago talk of cleaning up water in third world? Probably not. Empty suits. Empty promises. YUCK.

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