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UN climate chief warns current path leads to 'catastrophe'


UN climate chief warns current path leads to 'catastrophe'28-04-2019 23:27
Tai Hai Chen
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https://www.apnews.com/a0baaad17de744ca875711d92e173442
29-04-2019 00:10
dehammer
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I noticed they do not give you any way to point out their stupidity.
29-04-2019 01:07
HarveyH55
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The catastrophe, is that the climate donations have been dropping off for a while now. People are realizing it's costing them a lot of money, and if they go any deeper, it'll be an economic disaster for most countries. Most want to withdraw, but don't want to be like Trump, since there are potential future sanctions for non-compliance, if it continues without them.
29-04-2019 01:33
Tai Hai Chen
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HarveyH55 wrote:
The catastrophe, is that the climate donations have been dropping off for a while now. People are realizing it's costing them a lot of money, and if they go any deeper, it'll be an economic disaster for most countries. Most want to withdraw, but don't want to be like Trump, since there are potential future sanctions for non-compliance, if it continues without them.


Paris accord is what it is. An accord. Unlike the Kyoto protocol, there are no legally binding targets in an accord.
29-04-2019 01:46
dehammer
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
The catastrophe, is that the climate donations have been dropping off for a while now. People are realizing it's costing them a lot of money, and if they go any deeper, it'll be an economic disaster for most countries. Most want to withdraw, but don't want to be like Trump, since there are potential future sanctions for non-compliance, if it continues without them.


Paris accord is what it is. An accord. Unlike the Kyoto protocol, there are no legally binding targets in an accord.
Paris accord was a treaty designed to bypass the American law requiring all treaties to be signed off by the American congress. The traitor Obama knew that he could not get it pass congress so he pretended it was not a treaty.
29-04-2019 01:59
HarveyH55
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Doesn't matter what you call it, not much happens if people pull out, ignore, or violate those agreements. Usually name-calling, and treats. Sometimes they all get together, and re-negotiate the deal. America has a long history of breaking, or not honoring the treaties they sign, ask the Native Americans... Spain, Mexico, Canada, Cambodia, well, it's a long list.
29-04-2019 02:14
dehammer
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q9EBYw5VN2E
29-04-2019 17:57
Into the Night
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
The catastrophe, is that the climate donations have been dropping off for a while now. People are realizing it's costing them a lot of money, and if they go any deeper, it'll be an economic disaster for most countries. Most want to withdraw, but don't want to be like Trump, since there are potential future sanctions for non-compliance, if it continues without them.


Paris accord is what it is. An accord. Unlike the Kyoto protocol, there are no legally binding targets in an accord.


There are no definable goals in it either.


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