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World Economic Forum – From Copenhagen to Mexico: What’s Next?

Date: 29.01.2010
Time: 10:15-11:30
Location: Congress Hall, Congress Centre

The UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen did not reach a definitive global solution on carbon emissions.
What immediate steps should governments, businesses and civil society take towards a long-term climate path that is both environmentally effective and economically efficient?

All the usual snake oil salesman on video

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World Economic Forum Edward Markey Predicts Comprehensive US Climate Bill By End Of 2010

More Church of Climatology business as usual from Democratic Congressman Edward Markey:

Davos-Klosters Switzerland, 29 January 2010 − US Congressman Edward Markey told the World Economic Forum that President Obama has committed himself to passing climate legislation and that he fully expects the Senate and House of Representatives to produce a bill for President Obama to sign by the end of the year.

Markey said: “The reason that I believe that will happen is that it is in our national security and long-term economic interests.” A large part of the US deficit, Markey added, results from importing oil from countries to which the United States should not be sending its capital.

Markey, a Democrat from Massachusetts who co-authored a 946-page clean energy bill with Representative Henry Waxman (D-California), said that a Republican coalition is working with the White House to produce the final bill. He added that if Congress cannot arrive at a comprehensive energy bill, President Obama has the executive authority to regulate greenhouse gases without legislation. “If we have legislation, it allows us to moderate the impact on consumers and industry,” Markey said.

Business as usual for the warming alarmists.

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World Economic Forum Still Pushing Climate Change Lies

Press Release from WEF in Davos:

Forum Report Identifies Policy Mechanisms to Bridge Funding Gap For Clean Economy

Davos-Klosters, Switzerland, 28 January 2010 − In a report released today, entitled Green Investing 2010: Policy Mechanisms to Bridge the Financing Gap, the World Economic Forum reveals that investment in clean energy has held up better than expected during the financial crisis and resulting recession, but a considerable gap still exists between current levels of investment and what is needed to begin reducing the world’s carbon emissions.

In another report, Green Investing: Towards a Low Carbon Energy Infrastructure, the World Economic Forum stated that moving to a low-carbon energy infrastructure will require global annual investment of around US$ 500 billion per annum, if the increase in global average temperatures is to be restricted to 2°C.

Complete and absolute denial that anything has changed they are still going for one world socialist government and wealth distribution, still Aardvark did warn you that the Copenhagen snake oil salesman were in town.

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Climategate – World Economic Forum Will Try To Revive AGW

Gordon Brown at the WEF

The World Economic Forum is meeting at Davos, Switzerland for the next 6 days starting today.

The WEF is all about globalisation and one world government and many of the speakers at Davos will be the same con artists and snake oil salesman that were at Copenhagen, clogging up airports with private jets, and having limos shipped in from Sweden and Germany as Denmark did not have enough “gas guzzlers” for the “Green” delegates.

The ideological mantra for Davos is “Rethink, Redesign, Rebuild” and of course Anthropogenic Global Warming is the most likely candidate for the three R’s. The WEF idea of globalisation is wealth redistribution, one world government and a mixture of fear and guilt for developed countries, the flagship policy to achieve this is man made Climate Change.

Here are the events concerning AGW:

January 29th 2010

From Copenhagen to Mexico: What’s Next?
Date: 29.01.2010
Time: 10:15-11:30
Location: Congress Hall, Congress Centre
The UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen did not reach a definitive global solution on carbon emissions.

What immediate steps should governments, businesses and civil society take towards a long-term climate path that is both environmentally effective and economically efficient?

Climate Change: Financing Urgent Adaptation
Date: 29.01.2010
Time: 12:30-14:00
Location: Auditorium, Swiss Alpine High School (SAMD)
The immediate and most critical consequences of climate change affect countries which have contributed least to global warming. Developing countries need up to 200 billion euros yearly to fight drought, lack of water, floods and deforestation limitation, and to introduce friendly energy sources. Therefore, immediate financial help from developed countries is of vital importance to such countries.

How should adaptation measures be financed in fast-developing nations and developing countries to protect the climate? Which financing instruments are effective? Read the rest of this entry