Paris Accord (contd.)

Slide 6 in this series.  


The celebration of the passing of the Paris Accord was obviously misplaced.   It was perhaps a celebration of the fact that they had captured the temporary committment from the USA to bear the cost.   Is the UN so anti-USA or just lost in their version of what good environmentalism is?   To be happy to spend this level of money and hurt if not kill this number of people is an offense that should be at least heavily criticized or even prosecuted.

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What end is there or limit on cost. The AGW group is convinced they are doing the right thing despite having no data or logic behind spending this level of money, hurting a large number of people, and attenuating the economies of the world.   Why isn't this level of destruction seen for exactly what it is?


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