Charlene Adam is not a climate scientist. She does not belong to an environmental, non-governmental organization. Mrs. Adam has no ties to government, either local, provincial or national. And she is not a representative of a global company. Unlike so many involved in the global warming debate, Mrs. Adam has no vested interest. She is just a taxpayer.
Mrs. Adam is a housewife and mother of three daughters who daily fight over television, computers and clothes. She, like other mothers, cleans, does laundry, chauffeurs, cooks and drops from exhaustion (physical and mental) at the end of every day.
After ten years of being a housewife and mom, Mrs. Adam needed a respite. As a result, she put her dusty English and Sociology degrees to use by taking a part-time job as a columnist for the province’s leading paper, the Winnipeg Free Press.
A few years into her stint with her newspaper, she decided to investigate global warming. The lake Mrs. Adam’s family frequented for generations was suffering. Following the trail left from media, she thought that if you want to understand the environment you must first fight global warming.
After two and a half years of studying the science, the politics and the economics of global warming, Mrs. Adam discovered interesting things. For many, global warming is more of a religion than a science. Global policy documents which we assume are drafted to solve environmental woes have little to do with the environment.
Unlike many in the media, she read the boring reports that would put a good lawyer to sleep and took the time to understand both sides of this story. Mrs. Adam found that this complicated climate conundrum has a simple explanation: It’s about putting money and power into the pockets of those who rang the early alarm bells.
Mrs. Adam found that at best, global warming policies are based upon an environmental religion built to solve world poverty. At worst, it’s a slight-of-hand ploy by powerful, unelected individuals set to create a council of global governance run by the United Nations.
This book was written to fulfill Mrs. Adam’s goal: she wants to forewarn fellow citizens. She thinks it’s the duty of every taxpayer to learn more about the politics of global warming. Few have the time to sift through hundreds of files, reports, videos and books. This is especially true of moms, because, as you know, a woman’s work is never done. That said, if we allow our economy to be tied to global warming policies administered by an unelected global council (set to increase Canadians’ cost of living) we’ll finally be able to dismiss that old adage. Instead, we’ll replace it with: everyone’s work is never done.