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EPA listing CO2 as a dangerous gas....

Well, it finally happened. A public authority (EPA / US) has on 7th of December 2009 formally declared CO2 being a dangerous gas, and this likely means that others will follow. If one can do it, why shouldn’t others follow, as this can side-step many issues and fast-track regulations and laws on the subject. [EPA declaration] Prepare to hold your breath, or either get taxed having to buy carbon offsets for breathing, or end up in the clink for environmental crimes. . Pick your favorite poison. “WASHINGTON – After a thorough examination of the scientific evidence and careful...

On the back of COP15...

The commonly unknowns of COP15 A little known and published aspect of the COP15 agreement is the talks of a new world government. run by a UN subsidiary. If it sounds scary, it probably does so, because it is. A new world government? Page 18 in the [UN Framework for COP15 agreement]: “38. The scheme for the new institutional arrangement under the Convention will be based on three basic pillars: government; facilitative mechanism; and financial mechanism, and the basic organization of which will include the following: (a) The government will be ruled by the COP with the support of a...

Emissions rights in a breath...

”The politicians in Copenhagen have the power to shape history’s judgment on this generation. The transformation will be costly, but the shift to a low-carbon society holds out the prospect of more opportunity than sacrifice. Climate change affects everyone, and must be solved by everyone.” Opportunities for whom, one might ask. Everyone? “Many of us, particularly in the developed world, will have to change our lifestyles. We will have to pay more for our energy, and use less of it. The transformation will be costly. The flow of capital tells its own story.” So, who’s...

1%, 2%, 5%, why not 50%?...

Africa is about to turn up the heat on the climate conference by demanding that the developed nations sets aside 5% of their GDP and gives it to them, to compensate them for the effects of global warming. Some countries gives 1% of their GDP in contributions to develop and aid underdeveloped countries, the UN draft suggested a 2% levy on developed nations GDP, and now, Africa demands 5%. What is it with Africa? Despite the money already spent, they have not taken the chance to stand up, and their “leaders” has taken “care of ” the subsidies given, and very little has...

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