Confessed Fraudster And Thief Gets Lifetime Achievement Award

Did I forget to mention “likely forger.

SAN JOSE, Calif. March 21, 2013 – Dr. Peter Gleick and the Pacific Institute were honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Silicon Valley Water Conservation Awards ceremony in San Jose for World Water Day 2013.

World Water Day 2013: Peter Gleick and Pacific Institute Honored with Lifetime Achievement Award at Silicon Valley Water Conservation Awards


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9 Responses to Confessed Fraudster And Thief Gets Lifetime Achievement Award

  1. Lance says:

    Achievement? he sure did….and so far, got away with it.

  2. I. Lou Minotti says:

    “Fraudsters and thieves:” Gleick for his Heartland escapades and Obama for his Nobel.

  3. kirkmyers says:

    I wonder who the Silicon Valley Water Conservation honchos will honor next? A corporate embezzler, stock market cheat, Ponzi schemer, computer fraudster? Oops, they’ve already got that one covered.

    Perhaps, they should rename their honor the “Lifetime Liar Award.”

  4. kbray in california says:

    World Water Day ?
    Love to toss some water balloons at that one.
    The World is a Big place to Water…

    • Well, I suppose that “World Water Day” is better than a 24-hour showing of an old Kevin Costner film.

      WaterWorld Day. “…The polar ice caps have melted, and the earth is covered by water…”

      Scenarios like that take the skills of people who have taken Graduate courses in Creative Writing.

  5. nzrobin says:

    Steve, your post highlights the present state of corruption. A few of us notice, and groan and grizzle about it. However, while the masses remain apathetic, and contented in their ignorance, the corruption will continue.

  6. David says:

    World Water Day ? How does the left be so Orwellian. P.G. has demonised CO2 for this “award”
    Right now if CO2 was back at 298ppm, something these eco nutters want, every crop in the world would require about %10 to %15 more land and water to grow the same amount of food.

  7. Great. He got the “first ever” Silicon Valley ‘Lifetime Achievement’ Water Conservation Award.

    If you really want some insight, go to their web site:

    There you’ll find that this group has only been around for 5 years.

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