“Climate change negotiators”

Am I imagining things, or have some segments of the world gone completely insane?

Climate change negotiators from 173 countries have agreed on an agenda after days of bickering over the scope of talks left little time for substantive discussions. The disagreement highlighted deep divisions between developing and rich countries on how to cut global carbon emissions.

The United Nations climate change talks in Bangkok produced an agenda late Friday for negotiations this year to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

After a week of sometimes frustrating discussions of little substance, the U.N. issued a short statement saying delegates agreed to work toward a comprehensive and balanced outcome at the climate change conference in Durban, South Africa, at the end of the year.


Maybe they want to make the climate like 1887, when CO2 was very low and floods killed over a million people in China?


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7 Responses to “Climate change negotiators”

  1. Latitude says:

    that is exactly the same statement they issued at the close of Cancun……….

    …and Copenhagen

    and every meeting they’ve had LOL

  2. gofer says:

    I would like to see a historical list of all the disasters that happened when CO2 was in the “safe” range.

    We are supposed to give billions to the Third World so they can “adapt”, but we have to cut our emissions so we won’t have to adapt, is that right?

  3. BT Harley says:

    Steve, this site is still flagged by Facebook as abusive….have also had a similar problem with Climate Realists and someone else had a similar problem with WUWT…
    Regards, Tom

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