Thursday, September 29, 2011

Canada: Federal advisory panel suggests that lack of global climate swindle could cost Canadians $43 billion per year

Climate change could cost Canada billions: report
Canada can expect to pay between $21 billion and $43 billion each year by 2050 if it fails to come up with a domestic plan within a global agreement to tackle climate change, says a groundbreaking assessment released Thursday by a federal advisory panel.
Maybe the Canadians should get the Solyndra plant blueprints and put up about 40 of those every year?

Solyndra: Largest VC loss ever? - Boston Business Journal
Solyndra said Wednesday it plans to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection after reportedly taking $1.1 billion in VC.

1 comment:

reefhawg said...

I started reading the report. The first two things I notice (stated in first 6 pages of report) in the report is based on the scenario the world will warm by 2 degree by 2050 and that the warming scenarios they use are those of the IPCC.