United Nations wants world to commit to global climate change deals
December 14, 2014
United Nations politicians from around the world are meeting in Lima, Peru to negotiate a deal that would commit every nation on the globe to reduce its rate of greenhouse gas emissions. The agreement creates a framework for what is being called the Lima Accord which would create an international legal instrument to require every nation to put forward, over the next six months, a detailed domestic policy plan to limit its emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gases from burning coal, gas and oil. Those plans, which would be published on a United Nations website, would form the basis of the accord to be signed next December in Paris, France and enacted by 2020.
The political goal of the United Nations is to use the doomsday scenario of climate change and global warming to convince the world humans are the cause of, and have to pay the price of, the earth’s warming. This is effectively a giant mechanism to switch to globalization, world control of individual nations over to the communal decision-making of the United Nations, eliminate individual sovereignty of nations deciding their own destiny and use of resources, and a transfer of wealth from richer nations to poorer ones in the way of penalty payments for industrialization for the use and development of oil, gas and coal hydrocarbon resources. The United Nations argues this must be done in order to slow the rate of global emissions enough to prevent the atmosphere from continued warming of more than 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit over the preindustrial average, which is the point at which some scientists say the planet will tip into dangerous and irreversible effects of melting sea ice, rising sea levels, increased flooding and droughts, food and water shortages, and more extreme storms.
The United States is participating in these talks.
Read the story in the New York Times here: Climate Deal Would Commit Every Nation to Limiting Emissions By Coral Davenport, Dec. 14, 2014
Read the United Nations Lima, Peru climate change conference agenda and objectives here: Conference of the Parties United Nations, Framework on Convention of Climate Change, Lima, Peru, Dec. 13, 2014 (PDF)
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