Chris Sprucefield on
December 13, 2009 |
Comments Off on 1%, 2%, 5%, why not 50%?
Tagged as: 5%
, climate change
, global warming
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...