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King of the World when it comes to Climate Change

12 May

Barack-Obama-I watch news channels ABC,NBC,CNN,FOX and no I don’t watch MSNBC, For the last couple of week the big news on most of them has been the new climate change report being released by the White House . In the report, it talks about the most comprehensive review of climate change in more than a decade, outlining new rules on emissions at power plants. Saying the efforts taken so far have been insufficient. The report also warns that coastal areas are unprepared for rising sea levels and areas of the south need to do more to prepare for water shortages.This si all fine and well I could come up with just as many PHDs as this reports that say climate change is full of holes. But my real question is what good is this report what are the new rules on emissions at power plants going to do for the world? here is a list of the most polluted places on earth

La Oroya, Peru, Norilsk Russia, Citarun River Indonesia , Kabwe, Zambia, Riachuelo Basin, Argentina, Mailuu-Suu, Kyrgyzstan,and Sukinda, India there are a lot more but do you notice what they all have in common? They are not part of the US of A and unless no one told me Obama has  become king of the world this climate change report is pure BS it’s not going to change anything in the world climate, at this point someone out there is saying but its a start we can push it to the U.N and make them enforce it worldwide. This is the biggest joke of all and yes I’m talking about the U.N, how are they going to enforce it Hell the U.N can’t even get  more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram militants how can they enforce anything.

This climate change report is for one thing it going to be a stepping stone for more taxes, just another way for D.C to line their pockets with our money

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Posted by on May 12, 2014 in politics

 

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2 responses to “King of the World when it comes to Climate Change

  1. Miss Lou

    July 17, 2014 at 3:19 am

    I think the point is that taking a responsible stance regarding policy on this issue sets a positive and progressive example for the rest of the world.Just because ones own country is ‘supposedly’ not going to make much of a difference in the reduction of pollution (in the grand scheme of things) is no reason to be complacent and choose to do nothing. That’s not leadership, it’s laziness.

    Obama and respective supporting bodies and government officials taking this stance also sets a precedent and encourages other governments in other countries to be, at the very least having a very serious conversation about the matter at hand.

    Shamefully I report that Australia’s current Prime Minister has just repealed the carbon tax, which in my eyes removes the incentive for the big polluters to work to reduce their emissions and place that cost on the shoulders of middle and low income earners. A very very irresponsible and bad policy move in my opinion.

    Climate Change IS happening. The reasons WHY it is happening is what ‘some’ people are still debating. Either way, THERE are costs associated with climate change – support & repairs after natural disasters being one of many.

    I personally believe that our direct contribution to producing significant amounts of pollution and I also believe that this contributes to Climate Change.and damages our planet.

     
  2. rockwellh

    July 17, 2014 at 2:10 pm

    I can agree with you that Climate Change IS happening., we all do effect the on our world, but I don’t believe its the end times that people like Al Gore would like us all to believe.
    If it had been anyone but Obama the world may have payed attention but he has come off as such a weak us president to the rest of the world, most just laugh and walk away

     

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