Global warming and a tale of two planets June 7, 2009Posted by honestclimate in Discussions.
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Global warming and a tale of two planets
By Christopher Booker
UK Telegraph, 06 Jun 2009
It might well be called “the tale of two planets”. On one planet live all the Great and Good who have recently been trying to whip up an ever greater panic over global warming, as the clock ticks down to next December’s UN conference in Copenhagen when they plan a new treaty to follow the Kyoto Protocol of 1997.
There was, for instance, the three-day gathering organised by Prince Charles at St James’s Palace, at which 20 Nobel laureates (including two African winners of the Peace and Literature prizes) listened to speeches from Lord Stern and Prince Charles, before issuing a declaration which compared the threat of global warming to that of all-out nuclear war. They also heard President Obama’s Energy Secretary, Stephen Chu, solemnly telling them that if all buildings and pavements were painted white, to reflect the sun’s rays back into space, this would be equivalent to taking all vehicles off the world’s roads for 11 years.
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