Fiji First To Ratify Paris Climate Pact

Remember how the Paris climate meetings were meant to be the first step in stopping dire ‘climate change’, and we were doomed if no agreement was made? And how important the resulting agreement was? Huh

(Climate Home) Fiji, a volcanic archipelago of over 300 islands, has become the first country to ratify a new global warming accord.

The country’s 50 lawmakers unanimously confirmed the first global pact to curb greenhouse gas emissions on Friday, the Pacific Islands News Association reported.

The Paris climate change meeting ended on December 12th. So, it has been over two months, yet Fiji is the only nation that has ratified the pact? Would this also be the same Fiji which has lots of airports, just completed a massive new terminal in 2015 to accommodate all the tourists they country says should come vacation, and plans to build another airport?

For all the hoopla surrounding Paris, nations sure seem to be in no hurry to actually ratify the pact.

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3 Responses to “Fiji First To Ratify Paris Climate Pact”

  1. JGlanton says:

    Of course they did. Fiji requests $500M of external funding as part of the deal.

  2. TrishMac says:

    Um, how the hell will they be able to comply, if any of their volcanoes become active? Fiji, a volcanic archipelago…first to sign treaty. What a flaming joke.

  3. John says:

    Fiji is now being clobbered by the strongest storm ever recorded in the Souther Hemisphere

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