Sunday, November 24, 2013


Thanks to climate change, Thanksgiving is OVER | Grist
As Mother Jones writes, “If the globe continues to warm, that Turkey Day spread could end up looking quite paltry.” The situation, the magazine reports, could get pretty dire pretty quickly.
The New Nostradamus of the North: How the European Union bribed the group of 48 Least Developed Countries to support the Warsaw COP 19 deal
how long will European taxpayers - struggling with low or no growth, high unemployment and constantly rising energy prices - be prepared accept this madness?
UK to buy 50 million pound of UN carbon credits to help poor countries | Business Recorder
The British government said it would buy 50 million pounds ($80.7 million) of UN carbon credits and cancel them as a way to help fund development and curb greenhouse gas emissions in poor countries.

1 comment:

chris y said...

UK buys 6B tons of carbon credits, compensating the world for a decade of its carbon emissions.

"LONDON, April 24, 2013 (Reuters Point Carbon) – The price of Certified Emission Reductions (CERs) hit 1 euro cent on Wednesday morning, rendering near worthless U.N.-backed carbon credits that were once valued at more than 20 euros."