Obama Plan for Climate Treaty: No mandates, just a global pledge of ‘best efforts’ to cut emissions

“The United States’ proposal to let countries draft their own emissions reduction plans rather than working toward a common target can unlock languishing UN climate negotiations, the US climate change envoy said on Tuesday.”

Read more at The Guardian.

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  1. The right answer is to quit worrying about human production of CO2 as a problem. It’s fine. Our production of CO2 has too small an effect on the climate system to even measure it. Our CO2 may actually be useful for plant development and almost everyone is in favor of plant development.
    Any policy that uses “climate” as a justification is guilty until proven innocent. It the policy has actual benefits, show them.

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