Tuesday, 1 January 2013

Happy New Kyoto Free Year.

Happy New Kyoto Free Year

Happy New Year to all regular readers of the NCTCS blog.

Today is a great day, today marks the day when the Earth is free from the shackles of the Kyoto Protocol; the ineffective treaty that tried to reduce emissions of the vital-to-life Carbon dioxide.

The treaty was adopted in 1997 in Kyoto, Japan. As the failed Protocol limped to an end the aim of the alarmists to reduce emissions by 5% failed and thankfully 58% more "greenhouse gases" were emitted.

That's 58% more plant food!

The original Kyoto Protocol is dead and sensible nations are backing away from Kyoto 2.

                  Happy New Year!

1 comment:

  1. Good to know, Geoff. But no doubt Australia will still try to save the world from itself with its CO2 reduction targets irrespective of whether the ineffective CO2 tax stays or goes after an election this year.
    Happy New Year.


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