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Politics is more interesting when they have fun data to spin. :lmao:

The circus continues.
What would this be??
The stable trend in 2005, the latest year for which statistics are available, is still bad news for Canada because the releases were 32.7 per cent above the country's target under the Kyoto Protocol, one of the worst records in the world.


In a statement, Environment Minister John Baird attributed the stable trend to actions taken by the provinces, although he also criticized the previous Liberal government for not doing more to cut emissions.
 

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We had better do something soon, of the folks in the GTA will have to start buying carbon emission credits from Newfoundland and Labrador, and then shipping some of their polluted air in containers to us to bury in the bogs of south central NL.
 

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We had better do something soon, of the folks in the GTA will have to start buying carbon emission credits from Newfoundland and Labrador, and then shipping some of their polluted air in containers to us to bury in the bogs of south central NL.
Unfortunately Dr.G. they are already shipping their polluted air to us sans container and without bothering with carbon emission credits. Of course we are not burying it. We do have to deal with and neutralize Acid Rain and Fog.

I fear the centre of the universe shall not buy the cow when the spoiled milk or methane in this case is free so to speak. ;)
 

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Acid rain? Who has acid rain problems these days?

I read recently, that Russia has kicked Kyoto in the ass. They say they will no longer abide by it.

The St. Petersburg Times - Top Stories - Mironov Claims World Is Getting Cooler

Now, however, there are no political incentives to actually implement the accords. “They have lost their value in negotiations,” said Yuji Mizuno, senior policy researcher at the Institute for Global Environmental Strategies. “If Mr. Putin or the next president of the Russian Federation can use [Kyoto] as a political tool, only then will we see some progress.”
 

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Acid rain? Who has acid rain problems these days?

I read recently, that Russia has kicked Kyoto in the ass. They say they will no longer abide by it.
Nice to see at least one government call the hand and shut down the game.

We should be next to help end this farce.
 
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