[Diabolical CO2, Philippines edition: Carbon dioxide allegedly forces children to quit school]
When she was 15, Hezel was chosen to represent the Philippines in the UN Conference on Climate Change in Bali, Indonesia. There, she shared how climate change has adversely affected her community, particularly the livelihood of people and forcing their children to quit school and stay at home instead to take care of their siblings.U.N. needs more muscle in environment fight: study
In September, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy also wrote a letter to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon urging an overhaul in the wake of a U.N. climate conference in Denmark in December.Leading Climate Scientist: Cap and Trade Could Ruin US Economy
"We must make use of the momentum provided by Copenhagen to make further progress toward the creation of a World Environmental Organization," they wrote.
Running is a co-author of the Nobel Prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, and founder of the Climate Change Studies program at the University of Montana. He added, “If the US passed a cap and trade and other countries did not, it wouldn’t work. It would ruin the US economy and it wouldn’t save the climate either. So this is a global issue, the global climate statistics are global in nature, global carbon emissions are global in nature, and we really have to have an international consensus of what to do. That is going to stretch our international diplomacy to its limit, there’s no doubt about that.”Worldwide, about 1 person in every 20,000 buys into climate fraud enough to become a citizen of Hopenhagen!