U.S.-China climate agreement doesn’t exist

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November 18, 2014 by JImbo

I really couldn’t present it any better than this.
You either accept the evidence, or continue to hate America and give China a “pass” out of a racist sense of superiority. Yes… racist. NOT expecting China to adhere to the same standards you expect of “civilized” countries is racist. It’s expecting less of them simply because they’re not American or European. One graph you don’t see is the PER CAPITA CO2 production in the United States.
While the total production is about flat since the 1980s, the number of PEOPLE in this country has risen by over 25%.
So, that’s 20% LESS CO2 per person.
We pollute LESS than we did 25-30 years ago.
Yet still people keep beating the overused “pollution” drum to try to make America look bad?
Like I said… you can either accept the facts OR hate America.
Can’t have both.

Inform The Pundits!

The 1,534Mw Sandow Station coal-fired electric power plant in Rockdale, Texas. Credit/Steve Davidson

Austin, November 18, 2014 — The United States and China released a joint announcement on climate change at the end of last week’s summit meeting. The alleged blockbuster agreement is described by President Obama and environmentalists all over the world as an “historic agreement”. It is nothing of the kind.

No documented agreement exists as far as anyone can find. Neither country committed to doing anything. All that exists is a joint announcement of non-binding intentions posted on the White House website.

The “Agreement”

According to the announcement, the United States:

  • “intends to achieve an economy-wide target of reducing its emissions by 26%-28% below its 2005 level in 2025 and to make best efforts to reduce its emissions by 28%”.
  • “intend(s) to continue strengthening their (U.S.-China) policy dialogue and practical cooperation”

According to the announcement, China:

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