By Earnest Wright  |  05-09-2017   News
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Two years after Nobel Prize winning Physicist Dr. Ivar Giaever told President Barack that global warming is a non-problem, the former president is still calling for the mismanagement of resources on the global warming narrative. Dr. Ivar Giaever, a Nobel Prize-Winner for physics in 1973, professed his opposition on man-made global warming claims at a Nobel forum on July 1, 2015.

The former President appears to be relentless in his effort, this week he’s scheduled to travel to Italy, where he will speak about food security and climate change.

This comes after President Donald Trump said that climate change is a hoax and also unveiled the executive order to undo Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan, an environmental regulation that restricted greenhouse gas emissions at coal-fired power plants.

The 2015 regulation has been on hold since last year while a federal court hears an appeal filed by Republican-controlled states and more than 100 companies

Obama is expected to go to Milan to meet with several Italians and discuss the issues. The former president is also scheduled to meet with former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on Monday. He’ll also attend a private dinner that evening that will be held by the Institute for International Political Studies.

The former President will also give a keynote address on Tuesday to the Seeds and Chips Global Food Innovation Summit. The summit’s theme for this year is The Impact of Technology and Innovation on Climate Change and Food Availability Around the World.

Shortly after the keynote, Obama will participate in a Q&A session. On Sunday night, he broadly spoke about the healthcare debate gripping the United States while he accepted the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award in Boston. As you’d expect, he commended the lawmakers who passed ObamaCare when he was in office, adding that the men and women did the right and hard thing.

Source: http://thehill.com/homenews/news/332328-obama-to-discuss-climate-change-in-italy

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