Monday, October 11, 2010

Pity The Global Warming Cult

No legally binding pact likely in Cancun climate meet

Two months before the Cancun climate summit, the cat has been let out of the bag officially: there will not be any legally binding agreements on emission reduction at Cancun.

After a meeting of four emerging economies — Brazil, South Africa, India and China (BASIC) — in Tianjin on Monday, the BASIC countries said the outcome in Cancun should pave the way for a legally binding outcome in South Africa next year.

A global legally binding emission cut agreement is urgently needed to replace the Kyoto protocol.

However, since emission reduction impacts the economy, framing a global agreement is not an easy job as the road ahead is strewn with policy landmines.
And one just blew shit all over al-Gore's face

Via The Deccan Herald

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