The Copenhagen summit is over – at long last – and analysis has begun: the Beeb has this round up of some of it. Much has been made by those participating in the discussions that the outcome was at least “a beginning”. But there has been no legally binding agreement.
This has been meat and drink to the antis, who don’t want to admit to what is happening elsewhere in the world. Sea levels are rising, and weather patterns changing, yet the rump of denial continues its howling.
Meanwhile, on an earth that is not flat, the jury is out, but the prognosis is not good. This post, with a variety of links, gives an idea of the urgency required. If a beginning has really been made, then we should not have to wait until Mexico next December to see progress.
Sunday, 20 December 2009
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