It’s great the three biggest climate change problem countries are finally
committing to emissions reductions and other substantial changes,
although not enough to, you know,
stop global warming from getting even worse.
Meanwhile, CO2 emissions did not increase from 2013 to 2014,
even though the global economy grew, and this was largely
because of renewable energy deployment in China.
That’s right: China is actually leading the way faster on climate change
than it is promising to do.
And the old fake excuse that we need fossil fuels for economic growth
Oh, and Georgia is leading the U.S.!
“Longleaf should be the centerpiece of land-based carbon sequestration efforts in the Southeast,” the report states, urging that national policymakers make the ecosystem as high a priority as the Everglades or Chesapeake Bay.