Protecting the Planet While Damaging the Family

Climate Change Hysteria, Earth Worshipers!


“Kids in the time of climate change – what’s a Catholic to do?”

Catholic News Agency.


Catholic Climate Covenant:  Director Resigns Due To Her Stand On Abortion, Gay Marriage

Our Thoughts .  . . Fidelity and Action . . .

It is unfair that this one person is being scapegoated to the point of resigning when in fact the Catholic bishops themselves are involved in a scandalous Catholic Global Climate Movement.  The bishops themselves are responsible for misleading the faithful!  The CGCM’s website states clearly their position that climate change is “man made.”  This can only mean two things:  they no longer trust in God; and they do not trust that human beings are capable of solving problems such as cleaning up dirty water at industrial sites.  To them, these things will only occur when businesses are taxed out of existence.  This movement places tremendous pressure on children in schools, telling them in so many words, “it’s your fault for increasing the carbon footprint!”

I receive updates from the CGCM.  On Dec. 2, 2016, their newsletter posted, “Some History of the Word Pro-Life.” After some investigating I learned that it was authored by “The New Pro-Life Movement.”  They claim to be Catholics.  They say things that are in direct opposition and contradict the Authentic Pro-Life Movement.  They are on the attack!  Be very cautious if you hear they are coming to your parish.

—Originally posted under “Catholic” category at the Patheos blog by a co-founder from The New Pro-Life Movement.

The movement  promotes “protecting the planet” at the risk of damaging families:  “[Having] Kids In the Time of Climate Change – What’s A Catholic To Do?”

Is the Vatican in favor of population control now?  “Who Is Jeffrey Sachs and Why Was He At the Vatican?”

Austin Ruse:

Portland Tribune Newspaper, 9/24/2009


Click to Open:  Neither babies nor CO2 will harm the planet (pdf) by Nina Rhea, owner of this blog.

Not available on the web.  Click the title to open it in pdf.

Have you hugged your “carbon footprint” today?  According to a mathematical study of human
reproduction choices referenced in the Tribune’s Sustainable Life section, “Is having a baby not so carbon friendly?” (Sept. 10), a woman who has a baby is leaving behind a carbon legacy
due to her “behavior,” i.e., having a baby.

Here is the People Hating Story by the Portland Tribune:

Article –  Is Having A Baby Not So Carbon Friendly?


  Studies Say Offspring Have Environmental Consequences.

Oregon State University professor [of statistics] Paul Murtaugh has done research on reproduction and its impact on the environment.

Anecdotal evidence suggests concern for the ecosystem is a common factor Portland couples cite when deciding to remain childless.

In late July, Murtaugh released what he says is the first study of its kind on the individual impact of reproductive choice.

It shows, among other things, that a person in the U.S. increases his or her carbon footprint sixfold by having a child, considering the impact of the child’s future offspring and subsequent generations. “You amplify your lifetime emissions” by having a child, he says.

THE “STUDY” IS BY OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY STATISTICIAN, PAUL MURTAUGH, BELOW.  “Reproduction and the Carbon Legacies of the Individual.”  Oregon State University.  23 April 2008.

Paul Murtaugh, Age 54, No Children

PAUL MURTAUGH – People-hater, Prof. of Statistics

“I think human reproduction is such a strongly selected-for behavior that any time you draw attention to possible negative consequences of it, you get a very strong reaction,” he says.

Ways to cut your lifetime carbon footprint.


Carbon dioxide saved (in metric tons)

Recycle newspaper, magazines, glass, plastic and aluminum cans 17

Replace old refrigerator with energy-efficient model 19

Replace 10 incandescent light bulbs with energy-efficient ones 36

Replace single-glazed windows with energy-efficient windows 121

Reduce miles driven from 231 to 155 per week 147

Increase car’s fuel economy from 20 miles per gallon to 30 148

Reduce number of children by one 9,441

Data is derived from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s personal emissions calculator and calculations by OSU statistics professor Paul Murtaugh. Annual totals were multiplied by 80, to reflect life expectancy of a woman in the U.S.

Source: Paul Murtaugh


Page updated 10/02/2015.


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