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The UN Climate Summit i인터넷 카지노s being held in Copenhagen this week to push for global action to curb global warming. As part of the push, it is pushing the world’s most influential international community – including countries like the United States – to put emissions cuts above the costs of global warming.
Th온라인 카지노e UN is hoping to bring about an emissions trading scheme (ETS) that would bring down emissions and cut economic costs while still driving up economic growth. The UN wants to have the ETS be part of “a package of emissions trading and price reduction targets, including the emission price support price, which it hopes will provide ‘bilateral pricing’ for an emissions-related price, with which nations can compete at the international level against any nation with an emissions price.”
If the world’s leaders are serious about this, they will not just need to talk to the Chinese to get their act together.
And the rest of us, the media, academia, the business and environmentalists, must keep our eyes on Beijing, and its new economic model of market, not socialist state ownership and controlled global wealth.
(Via Climatewire and Reuters)