Australia’s Cringe-worthy Climate Cons

February 4, 2021

Although prospects could be good if Australia chooses clean energy, the past is a piss-poor prologue.

Below, the situation down under is dire.

2 Responses to “Australia’s Cringe-worthy Climate Cons”

  1. mboli Says:

    Lovely exposition! As I understand it:
    — At the original Kyoto agreement Australia demanded the right to hugely increase GHG emissions. (At the same time other developed nations were pledging reductions.)
    — Then we-didn’t-increase-as-much-as-we-said-we-might became counted as a *reduction*.
    — Australia has been living off these Kyoto credits ever since.

    What I don’t understand (and is outside the realm of this video) is how huge coal and gas exports incentivized not having Kyoto obligations. I thought that according to Kyoto accounting, coal that Australia exports ends up on the books of the other countries that burn it.

    • mboli Says:

      By the way, Scotty, Johnny, and Tony were the Prime Ministers now, at the time of the time of Kyoto in 1997, and the COP in 2015.

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