Saturday, June 27, 2009

YouTube - Going Green with Cap and Trade!
See who cares if cost of most goods go higher?
And household income levels all go down?
and if estimated environmental impact is not really calculable [Via Planet Gore]
Pressure on Turnbull to clarify view on climate
Mr Turnbull has endorsed Labor's target to cut emissions by up to 25 per cent by 2020, depending on international agreements.

But faced with disunity within his own ranks about the threat from global warming, he said his party would not clarify whether it would support Labor's legislation until after the US position was finalised and Copenhagen global climate talks in December.

Opposition climate change spokesman Greg Hunt welcomed passage of the US bill, but he suggested the Coalition would still not be signing any "blank cheques" and the US legislation confirmed that it would be wrong to press ahead in the absence of an international deal.
Climate Change [Scam] League Table
Who is leading in the Challenge of our Age, the challenge of reducing greenhouse gas emissions? HaraBara compared the commitments and targets announced by various countries. We adjusted them to a common baseline: Emission reductions between 1990 and 2020. (We used the emission data in FCCC/SBI/2008/12 found here.) Here are the results:

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