Biodiversity Is The New Global Warming
There is an increasing trend in newspapers like The New York Times and The Guardian to try the old business as usual ploy that failed so badly at Copenhagen last year. It is almost as if the journalists concerned have been in hibernation since Gordon Brown led Al Gore into a broom cupboard.
In todays Guardian there is a total time warp piece from Jonathan Watts about the Biodiversity COP10 scam in Nagoya where the warming alarmists are busily repackaging their AGW scam as new dose of fear regarding species extinction. The cause you will be relieved to hear is naturally man made climate change.
The usual suspects for the warming alarmists get slapped, Western European nations, Canada and that great satan the USA, who has never signed up to the Convention on Biodiversity.
Watts largely compares the car crash in Nagoya with Copenhagen fiasco and whines there is less progress than Copenhagen and there is only a week to go before it ends.
The best bit of the whole article is where Watts bemoans there is no political A team in reserve like the political A team that flew into Copenhagen and failed.
Last year in Copenhagen, we were waiting for Barack Obama, Wen Jiabao, Gordon Brown, Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy to fly in and save the day, but even that political A-team was barely able to cobble together a hodgepodge, watered-down accord.
Watts wonders why they failed, Obama the worst President since, and possibly dumber than even Jimmy Carter, Gordon Brown his record speaks for itself, Sarkozy all wind and no piss; the only leader worth anything was Merkel and she had already abandoned Climate Religon before Copenhagen started.
But, unless a huge amount of progress is made this week, the likelihood once again at an UN environment conference is of no deal, a weak deal, or putting off the big decision until the next conference. Anyone for more déjà vu in India in 2012?
Posted on October 27, 2010, in Anthropogenic Global Warming, Biodiversity, Cancun COP16, Green Lies and tagged Anthropogenic Global Warming, Barack Hussein Obama, Biodiversity, COP15, Gordon Brown, Nagoya. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.