“I am not pointing fingers,” said US climate envoy John Kerry, after the release of a joint statement from the US and China suggesting the two nations are “committed to cooperating” on the issue of climate change. While noting that China is “the biggest coal user in the world”, failing to note that China is aggressively increasing their number of coal fired power plants, while the US has been dramatically decreasing our overall CO2 emissions, is not a minor oversight on Kerry’s part.
Join us as we discuss the runaway pollution coming from the nation jockeying to be the worlds low cost, low regulation manufacturing center and the possibility of “pointing fingers”.
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