India argues that it cannot simply decide between renewable and non-renewable power – it needs both. [Read more…]
When Greenpeace becomes a bunch of wide-eyed optimists about a treaty that even OPEC likes, you know we’re in trouble. They list 5 things to know about COP21, and get 4 1/2 of them wrong. Such touching naiveté.
- “They’re meeting in Paris to try and agree a global legally binding climate treaty.”
- They say “legally binding,” but that’s a joke. Without any enforcement at all, nothing is binding. And no one will even mention … [Read more…]
After meeting with US Pres. Obama, Prime Minister Modi of India signaled a move away from India’s “historical responsibility” argument and toward joining an international deal on global warming at the Paris conference in December. Specifically he suggested India would pledge to use more renewable energy. [Read more…]