Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Global Warming?? - #3490 - Climate Talks, Then Climate Tax - Washington Times

Durban deal promises to take U.N. redistributionism worldwide - Negotiators rarely find themselves at a loss for words. So it should come as no surprise that United Nations diplomats agreed Sunday to keep chatting. They set for themselves a 2015 deadline for reaching a deal on a new climate treaty. As long as they keep talking and don’t actually do anything, the world is spared the cost of a bargain that could reach into the trillions.  Representatives at the 17th annual U.N. global-warming summit in Durban, South Africa, worked overtime figuring out how they could replace the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, set to expire at the end of 2012. While the original treaty placed carbon-dioxide emissions restrictions on industrial nations, the new “Durban Framework” calls for the inclusion of developing nations as well when it takes effect in 2020.  Read more...........

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