Hurricane Sandy Reduced New York’s CO2 Footprint

A few weeks ago, climate activists were very pleased that the lights had been turned off in New York for an hour. They said that this would save the planet. Lights out in New York was considered a beautiful sight.

New York held a similar unplanned event this week, and climate activists declared it a man made disaster which they never want repeated.

It isn’t clear what they are upset about. They wanted lights out in New York, but when it happened they got hysterical. Mayor Bloomberg should consider Hurricane Sandy to be the happiest week of his life, because it massively reduced New York’s CO2 footprint.


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5 Responses to Hurricane Sandy Reduced New York’s CO2 Footprint

  1. Anto says:

    It’s quite amazing that greenies still don’t recognise irony, considering the fact that it kicks them fair and sqaure up the ass a dozen times each year.

  2. tckev says:

    How many green activist in New York suddenly realized that life is hard without all those modern appliances and tools. Wash in the cold and dark, get use to it as it will be the new normal.

  3. Me says:

    They weren’t too happy about this one either.

  4. Tony Molina says:

    I’ve started the petition “Driscoll’s Strawberries, Dole Strawberries and Naturipe Farms: Stop using CO2 gas for shipping strawberries ” and need your help to get it off the ground.
    Will you take 30 seconds to sign it right now? Here’s the link:
    Here’s why it’s important:
    The CO2 used for shipping strawberries is released into our atmosphere at a count of millions of pounds per year when they arrive at grocery distribution centers for WalMart, Costco, Kroger and many more across the country.
    You can sign my petition by clicking here.
    Tony Molina

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