Climate talks are in quicksand despite dire UN warnings against failure

December 2015
Moderate Voice;12/3/2015, p4
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The author reflects on the 2015 Paris Climate Conference in France. Topics covered include the heroic declarations about the determination of governments to deal with climate change, the belief that global temperatures are rising due to excessive carbon emissions and the freak weather behaviors predicted by the experts. Also mentioned is India's refusal to accept binding carbon emission targets and carbon tax systems.


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