NBC ‘Sounding the Alarm’ on Climate Change: ‘Industrialized World’ Using More Than ‘Fair Share’ of Fossil Fuels

So is it okay for India to burn its fair share of coal?

CNS News reports:

Hyping a story on global warming for Tuesday’s NBC Nightly News, fill-in anchor Lester Holt proclaimed: “Sounding the alarm. A leaked report about the danger happening all around us tonight.” Introducing the segment, Holt declared that the study “from one of the world’s most prestigious groups of scientists…has a lot of people taking notice because of the alarming conclusions about climate change”…

Curry concluded: “His message essentially is that we in the industrialized world are using more than our fair share and that our children and our grandchildren will pay the price.” Holt responded: “Very sobering.”

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3 thoughts on “NBC ‘Sounding the Alarm’ on Climate Change: ‘Industrialized World’ Using More Than ‘Fair Share’ of Fossil Fuels”

  1. How the heck did climate change become a fair share issue? Oh, yeah, because it’s really a watermelon issue instead of a scientific issue.
    I’ve yet to figure out how pulling down the affluent societies like ours or the Japanese will improve life for a Western Chinese farm laborer or a Mozambique farmer. But ask Mugabe in Zimbabwe how that worked out or check on the progress South Africa has made on that path.

  2. so we should use only ‘our fair share’ of energy to produce ‘our fair share’ of food and let the rest produce their own? How utterly ignorant.

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