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Kristyn Annis wants to price pollution

John Geddes in conversation at the Manning Networking Conference


 

Among the most controversial subjects up for discussion at the Manning Networking Conference is taxing carbon as a way to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Kristyn Annis, a special advisor to the group Canadians for Clean Prosperity, argued for pricing pollution at a session on free-market solutions to environmental challenges. John Geddes spoke with Annis after she made her case to Manning conference conservatives.


 

Kristyn Annis wants to price pollution

  1. Glo-Bull Warming is the bihhest fraud ever perpetrated in human history.

    Oil is organic.

    CO2 is not a pollutant.

    Without CO2 there is no photosynthesis, no oxygen.

    I would like to see the full list of financial backers of the Manning Institute.

    Preston is not the same Manning from the Reeeeefoooorm days, who was opposed to increasing taxes and all for smaller government.

    What happened Preston?

    Sold right out……………………..no more respect for you!

    • I wonder how long Rogers will continue to prop up the money losing Macleans?

  2. Glo-Bull Warming is the biggest fraud ever perpetrated in human history.

    Oil is organic.

    CO2 is not a pollutant.

    Without CO2 there is no photosynthesis, no oxygen.

    For those who truly believe in AGW, just stop exhaling.

    • Animals need oxygen to breathe. However, you’d have to be pretty stupid to light up in an oxygen tent.

      Too much of anything can be bad or even deadly. An ecosystem is a balance. Upset the balance and the result can be catastrophic for many of the species within that ecosystem.

      In short – get a clue.

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