Good News: It’s All YOUR Fault If Paris Agreement Fails

Why don’t we start with all members of the Cult of Climastrology giving up their own use of fossil fuels and make their lives carbon neutral, especially all the big shots and other folks who put out enormous amounts if carbon pollution to attend the yearly COPs, along with other climate marches, demonstrations, and conferences? Heck, let’s just cancel all future COPs and the rest, in order to save Gaia from immolating

It’s Your Fault If The Paris Climate Agreement Fails

In Paris, world leaders debated how much global CO2 emissions could be reduced, who would pay for it and how could they trust each other to follow through.

This top-down, regulatory approach to addressing a highly distributed problem is a necessary but insufficient step to make a dent in rising global temperatures. In a recent peer-reviewed research paper, Bjorn Lomborg of the Copenhagen Consensus Center suggests all the carbon-cutting promises countries committed to ahead of Paris would cut global temperatures by just 0.05°C (0.09°F) by 2100.

Top down, eh? This rather illuminates what I’ve been saying for a long, long time, that this is all about centralized government control.

While the Paris Climate Agreement is historic and gives reason to celebrate, without follow-through by the collective populations of those countries, any goal is unattainable. Top-down policy can be swayed and derailed by a presidential election, as we’ve seen in Australia and the U.K. in recent years. But a groundswell of individual and community action has the momentum to persist.

It goes on to say that this all rests on your shoulders, Mr. and Mrs and Miss middle and lower class peons, who just need to give up your modern lives for the sake of a worldwide cult.

“Dirty energy” must similarly become a social stigma if we are going to truly limit the effects of climate change. For us to successfully address such an existential challenge, every person needs to take pause and give a second thought before using energy from unsustainable sources. Every person must be given a choice to either use dirty energy or choose to avoid it.

Cult.

The power to follow through on the Paris climate talks rests more in our hands than we realize. We can use technology, our collective action and the power of the Internet to hackclimate change. All it takes is the will to do so.

Well, considering few Warmists actually match their lives with their talking points, I guess we’re “doomed”.

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4 Responses to “Good News: It’s All YOUR Fault If Paris Agreement Fails”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Here’s an interesting article on investments in the melting Arctic. Why would nations and corporations invest in the Arctic sea floor (for oil, transport, other natural resources) if global warming is a hoax?

    http://www.msn.com/en-us/money/markets/the-world-has-discovered-a-dollar1-trillion-ocean/ar-BBowEny?li=BBnbfcL

    Actually, this does help explain Selective Science Denialism (SSD). There are trillions of dollars to be made as long as we can deny that global warming is causing the Arctic to melt.

    The dealmakers rely on the useful idiots on the right. It’s all about the Benjamins, bro.

  2. Dana says:

    Having read only our host’s synopsis of the article, I agree with it!

    For us to successfully address such an existential challenge, every person needs to take pause and give a second thought before using energy from unsustainable sources. Every person must be given a choice to either use dirty energy or choose to avoid it.

    The author is arguing that these are all free, democratic choices, and that is absolutely fine with me.

    If some people believe this to be an “existential challenge,” that’s absolutely their right, and if they wish to change their lifestyles and reduce their consumption, great, I absolutely support their right to do that. It is only when they wish to force their beliefs and policy prescriptions on everyone else that I have a problem.

  3. Why would nations and corporations invest in the Arctic sea floor (for oil, transport, other natural resources) if global warming is a hoax?

    First of all, corporations invest lots of money in lots of places, if they think they can reap a reward.

    Second, no one is claiming global warming is a hoax. It is the causation that is being questioned. As I’ve told you many times. You need to work on your memory.

  4. Jeffery says:

    no one is claiming global warming is a hoax.

    No one? Bologna. You question the honesty of the climate scientists in post after post. Much of the right’s “skepticism” is based on climate scientist’s supposed forging “adjusting” of the raw data. Why continue to argue that it stopped warming 18 years, 7 months, 11 days, 2 hrs, 47 min and 17 sec ago? (It hasn’t).

    It is the causation that is being questioned.

    The Earth has rapidly warmed about 1C over the past century. Will you speculate on the causation? All the evidence points to the increase from man-made carbon dioxide. Do you have a plausible alternative explanation?

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