Why the United States Should Withdraw from the UNFCCC Treaty

Published February 22, 2017

The United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change treaty was ratified by the US Senate in 1992, yet most Americans are unaware of America’s commitments under this treaty … or that we had entered into the treaty.

The new book, Clexit, For a Brighter Future, establishes why the United States should withdraw from the UNFCCC treaty.

Clexit, short for climate exit, establishes the futility of attempting to cut CO2 emissions.

It provides the technical reasons for why it’s impossible to meet the objectives set out by the United Nations, and others, to cut worldwide CO2 emissions 50%, and cut US CO2 emissions 80% by 2050.

From Clexit’s rear cover:

Hysteria over climate change is now threatening to deny billions of people around the world access to the energy they need to maintain and improve their standard of living.

Governments are engaging in efforts, promoted by the United Nations, to impose regulations on energy usage so as to cut CO2 emissions.

Clexit For a Brighter Future explains why efforts to cut CO2 emissions are not only harmful, but fruitless.

The United States can reassert its leadership by withdrawing from the UNFCCC treaty. It can then lead the world in economic development by encouraging the use of fossil fuels that provide cheap and reliable energy.

The companion book, Nothing to Fear, published last year, provides the scientific background for why the dire predictions based on the CO2 hypothesis are wrong.

Clexit establishes the case for the United States withdrawing from the United Nations Climate treaty.

Clexit is available from Amazon using Link http://amzn.to/2kEnyc9

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Nothing to Fear, establishes why the CO2 AGW hypothesis is wrong, and why there are better scientific reasons for what is causing global warming and climate change. It explains why CO2 emissions are not the problem.

Nothing to Fear is available from Amazon and some independent book sellers.

Link to Amazonhttp://amzn.to/1miBhXy