Climate ConversationIt's time to ask questions. It's time for a responsible climate conversation.
Over the years and after numerous climate discussions with countless numbers of people, there is an inherent disconnect on the notion of climate change. They range from the deniers to the alarmists or extremists.
Climate change is part of evolution and we as humans along with nature contribute to this evolution.
During more in-depth discussions, the majority of Albertans express a lack of understanding of climate alarmism in Alberta meanwhile observing contridictory standards in other parts of Canada and the world. With so much media coverage on what alarmists professing to be factual and extremists protesting on questionable pretenses, it becomes easy to overlook our actual climate reality.
In Alberta, we are a peaceful people. The goal of most is to raise a family and provide a brighter future for our children that what most of us have endured. Albertans are known to be generous, helpful and friendly. We prefer not to incite or bring issues home to our families, friends and careers. Hence when Alberta is constantly attacked on the economic and climate forefronts, many of us choose to voice our concerns in the most peaceful way possible.
Our responsibility as Grassroots Albertans is to provide factual proven information to understanding what drives the climate alarmist attitude, demeanor and representation. The climate alarmist methods at times can be best described as a form of bullying. Through the use of foreign funded organizations and interest groups, bullying in the form of fear is instilled through extensive media coverage alongside suppressing any questioning or even a productive rebuttal discussion. By using this presentation method, the climate alarmists exploit our values of avoiding public confrontation. To this day, such climate change threats and fear continue to point the future of Alberta's prosperity to uncertain territory. Meanwhile these same organizations and interest groups are profiting at our expense.
Our task is:
- To be informed.
- To understand and relate correct factual information.
- To remain rational.
- To look past the threats and bullying.
- To understand the facts.
- To make educated decisions on Alberta’s future based on facts.
- To share our knowledge with all Albertans.
- To nurture the growth of Alberta responsibly for generations to come.
“Knowledge is power.”