Perhaps some of the world leaders are finally getting the clue that green and clean energy is just not at a point where it is economically and realistically feasible (don’t misunderstand, I would personally like it to be there). And that fewer and fewer people are buying into globull warming
Climate change topped the world agenda last year, but was eclipsed after the relative failure of a massive summit in Copenhagen in December. The G20’s decision further tones down international pledges to invest in the fight against global warming.
Environment group WWF reacted angrily to the omission.
“They went through this document with a vacuum cleaner to remove any reference to clean energy. In the Pittsburgh G20 summit (in September 2009), there were 8 references to ‘clean energy’ – in this one, there is zero,” WWF climate expert Kim Carstensen said.
The problem is, the envirowackos want this done for the wrong reasons. Unhinged reasons based on a fanciful and fake issue. Perhaps if the WWF spent more of their own money investing in companies and ideas to create long term, realistic, and economically viable alternatives instead of press releases and lawsuits……