About Climate: the movie

Climate: The Movie is the second climate documentary made by the British filmmaker Martin Durkin. It is the sequel of his excellent 2007 documentary The Great Global Warming Swindle. Climate: The Movie was released in March 2024 and made freely available online. The documentary was produced (and financed) by Tom Nelson, a podcaster who has been deeply examining the climate debate for the last two decades. The Clintel Foundation has been asked by Nelson and Durkin to help with the promotion and distribution of the film.

This film exposes the climate alarm as an invented scare without any basis in science. It shows that official data do not support the claim that we are witnessing an increase in extreme weather events – hurricanes, droughts, heatwaves and wildfires.
It emphatically counters the claim that current temperatures and levels of atmospheric CO2 are unusually and worryingly high. On the contrary, compared to the last half billion years of earth’s history, both current temperatures and CO2 levels are unusually low. The earth is currently in an ice age. It also shows that there is no evidence that changing levels of CO2 (it has changed many times) has ever ‘driven’ climate change in the past.

But there is a consensus…

Why are we told that there is no evidence that contradicts the climate alarm? Why are we told that anyone who questions ‘climate chaos’ is a ‘flat-earther’ and a ‘science-denier’?

The film explores the nature of the consensus behind climate change. It describes the origins of the climate funding bandwagon, and the rise of the trillion-dollar climate industry. It describes the hundreds of thousands of jobs that depend on the climate crisis. It explains the enormous pressure on scientists and others not to question the climate alarm: the withdrawal of funds, rejection by science journals, social ostracism.

But the climate alarm is much more than a funding and jobs bandwagon. The film explores the politics of climate change. From the beginning, the climate scare was political. The culprit was free-market industrial capitalism. The solution was higher taxes and more regulation. From the start, the climate alarm appealed to, and has been adopted and promoted by, those groups who favour bigger government.

Who appears in the film?

The film includes interviews with a number of very prominent scientists, including Professor Steven Koonin (author of ‘Unsettled’, a former provost and vice-president of Caltech), Professor Richard Lindzen (formerly professor of meteorology at Harvard and MIT), Professor Will Happer (professor of physics at Princeton), Dr John Clauser (winner of the Nobel prize in Physics in 2022), Professor Nir Shaviv (Racah Institute of Physics), professor Ross McKitrick (University of Guelph), Henrik Svensmark, Willie Soon and several others.

Availability of Climate: The Movie

#ClimateTheMovie is available for free at many online locations since March 21 2024. Subtitles for numerous languages have been created by the Clintel Foundation. Follow @ClimateTheMovie and @ClintelOrg for updates. Please share the movie to give others the chance to gain insight into the causes and effects of climate change and climate policy.

Apart from Youtube the film is available on BitChute,  Rumble ,  Odysee,  Twitter,  Vimeo,  Tom Nelsons Substack,  Spotify  and Telegram

After seeing the movie you might be convinced, just as we are, that climate alarm is not justified, that spreading fear among the population is shameful and that current climate policies do more harm than good. In that case, please support us in promoting the film globally. The film has now been watched by millions of people around the world. Let’s make this hundreds of millions.

Donating to us can be done in many ways, see the Clintel website . In the US we are a 501(c)3.

Clintel published the World Climate Declaration, stating there is no climate emergency. Many of the scientists featuring in the movie signed this Declaration.

Clintel is an independent foundation informing people about climate change and climate policies. Clintel was founded in 2019 by emeritus professor of geophysics Guus Berkhout and science journalist Marcel Crok. In 2005, Crok published an award winning article about the so-called “hockey stick graph”. Clintel launched the World Climate Declaration and in 2023 published the book The Frozen Climate Views of the IPCC (which is now also available in Dutch, Danish and German).

If you want to broadcast the movie in your country and /or if you want to organise a screening in a cinema,

please contact  Evert Doornhof (evert.doornhof@clintel.org).

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