Klimaforskning - hjemmeside
Startet av seoto, desember 22, 2011, 14:23:09 PM
SitatThe AGW-scare met the beginning of its end two years ago in Copenhagen. The scare was always about taxation in countries and resource transfer between countries. But two years ago at the IPCC Meeting in Copenhagen most countries who are 'major players' withdrew from the game. At that point it was clear to all involved that the writing was on the wall; Mene mene tekel u-pharsin. The IPCC meeting in Cancun last year was a farce and no leaders of major nations attended. The IPCC Meting in Durban this month reduced the issue to complete farce. It discussed a document which is so insane that no politician could sign it without committing political suicide. Discussion of that document would not have happened if anybody thought there were any real possibility of 'progress': the discussion would have been about methods to adopt the next realistic 'step'. So, at Durban it was decided that talks (in nice places) should continue with a view to getting something adopted by 2020 (i.e. in the far distant future after most existing politicians have left office). Canada has recently gained a new generation of politicians who do not have a record of being tied to the AGW-scare, so Canada has announced that it is withdrawing from the Kyoto Protocol process. The AGW-scare is dead but – like a headless chicken – it continues to 'run around the farmyard'.