The China Syndrome

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July 15, 2015 by JImbo

Definitely an eye opener if you truly care about the environment. Surprise! When you ask for a government solution to a problem the politicians make it all about poltiics.
Who would have thought???

Inform The Pundits!

China air pollution, worst in the world, seen from space in 2009. Credit/Wikipedia

Most national commitments to December’s Paris Climate Summit are shallow promises

Austin, Texas, July 14, 2015 – Intended Nationally Determined Contribution (INDC) is the United Nation’s long-winded term describing what each nation promises to do about their greenhouse gas emissions. Those promises are to be finalized in a Paris climate agreement this December.

At long last, China finally submitted its INDC on June 30th, 2015. All INDCs were supposed to have been submitted by March 30th. China’s INDC, and others, example the shortcomings of UN efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions.

China, the world’s largest polluter, creates nearly 1/3rd of the world’s greenhouse emissions. China burns half the world’s coal. What China does determines if meaningful emissions reductions can be achieved.

The Paris Climate Summit, called COP 21, is widely billed as a…

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2 thoughts on “The China Syndrome

  1. pat russell says:

    Saw a program on China this week. 20% of their land is polluted. Air pollution kills more people than smoking. They have highest world smoking rate. Track record like ours from the 1900’s.

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