For Paris Climate Agreement, Countries Made Promises They Aren’t Keeping

I know everyone is very, very shocked. We saw the same thing for the Kyoto Protocol, where few countries were even close to their goals. This has made the Warmists at the Washington Post very sad that this super historic agreement is a sham

Countries made only modest climate-change promises in Paris. They’re falling short anyway.

Barely two years ago, after weeks of intense bargaining in Paris, leaders from 195 countries announced a global agreement that once had seemed impossible. For the first time, the nations of the world would band together to reduce humanity’s reliance on fossil fuels in an effort to hold off the most devastating effects of climate change.

“History will remember this day,” the secretary general of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, said amid a backdrop of diplomats cheering and hugging.

Two years later, the euphoria of Paris is colliding with the reality of the present.

Global emissions of carbon dioxide are rising again after several years of remaining flat. The United States, under President Trump, is planning to withdraw from the Paris accord and is expected to see emissions increase by 1.8 percent this year, after a three-year string of declines. Other countries, too, are showing signs they might fail to live up to the pledges they made in Paris.

In short, the world is off target.

Really, like most Warmist articles in the news, they aren’t written as journalism, but as blog posts one might find at Think Progress or The Daily Kos.

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5 Responses to “For Paris Climate Agreement, Countries Made Promises They Aren’t Keeping”

  1. Jefferyj, says:

    Is tRump tHe tRoll just trolling with his interest in gas taxes or mileage taxes to pay for his infrastructure plan?

    What do Cons think of these new taxes that would hit the working classes hardest? And rural folks most of all.

    • formwiz says:

      At least he isn’t just going to raise the debt, in which I do believe Jeffery has suddenly taken an interest.

      • Jeffery says:

        tRUMP and his GOPhers aren’t raising the debt??? LOL.

        But Speaker Lyin’ Ryan promises to slash Medicare and Social Security to help balance the budget. Cut taxes for the wealthy, increase Defense spending and cut Medicare and Social Security… GOP101.

  2. formwiz says:

    Funny how somebody doesn’t want to address the topic at hand.

  3. Hoss says:

    This wasn’t about hitting goals other than seeing how many dollars they could all squeeze out of America. Obama was just itching to give away pallets of American taxpayer dollars to Paris for redistribution (he must have a hell of a guilt complex, or just insanely stupid), but Trump’s always looking out for America and put a kibosh on that stupidity. And really, that’s why all of those countries are pissed; the guy with the fattest checkbook they were planning on mugging just left the party. And since the cost of the party was $100 Billion (that was a floor, not a ceiling), do you really think anyone will volunteer to step into the void to keep the bash going. Didn’t think so.

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