Monday, October 11, 2010
Pity The Global Warming Cult
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