Thursday, April 4, 2013

Developed countries export GHG emissions, then claim to have lowered them

Overseas Demand Breathes New Life into U.S. Coal | Climate Central: "“Without a meaningful cap on global carbon emissions, the exploitation of shale gas is likely to increase total emissions,” said the report. “For this not to be the case, consumption of displaced fuels must be reduced globally and remain suppressed indefinitely. In effect displaced coal must stay in the ground.”"

'via Blog this'

No comments: