Will Paris COP21 cost more to host than it raises in Green Pledges?

One of the basic tenants of the UN and that of most ‘catastrophic global warming’ believers, is that we should all curb our carbon footprints to live “Sustainably” so that Malthus would be proud.

Their holy advice on how to achieve this includes – switching from red meat to bugs and insects, no AC, sleeping with pets for warmth (Gillard AU Gov), even cutting back on vacations. etc etc etc.

If the global warming zealots, those organising and attending the Paris gabfest, are so convinced that Mother Earth is going to hell in a hand basket, WHY don’t they use conference technology like Skype to help “save the planet”?! And I’m not being facetious.

Practice what you preach UN, UNEP, IPCC, WMO, Sierra Club, Greenpeace et al.

Watts Up With That?


Guest essay by Eric Worrall

Christopher Booker, one of Britain’s most prominent climate skeptics, has written a brilliant expose about the shambolic leadup to the Paris COP21 conference. One of the most striking features of Booker’s expose, is just how little money countries have pledged towards the “$100 billion” green fund.

According to the Australian Financial Review;

At the end of this month 40,000 politicians, officials, green activists, lobbyists and journalists from 195 nations will converge outside Paris – at Europe’s largest airport reserved only for private jets – for a conference they hope will change the world.

Their declared aim is to agree on a treaty that commits to such a massive cut in greenhouse gas emissions that the earth’s temperature is prevented from rising more than 2 degrees Celsius higher than when the climate began naturally warming again two centuries ago.

The chief obstacle to such an agreement…

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