Skip to comments.Industry begins to count the true cost of 'climate change'
Posted on 06/11/2011 11:56:55 AM PDT by UniqueViews
Heavy industry in Europe faces a crippling bill for global warming.
Lately, it seems, ever more people have been waking up to the almost unimaginable scale of this disaster now roaring down on us. As one power company last week raised its charges by an average Â£200 a year, it was claimed by the Global Warming Policy Foundation that a fifth of our soaring energy bills are now accounted for by the hidden subsidies and other costs imposed by the drive to "decarbonise" our electricity supplies.
The GWPF has also published a magisterial paper by Lord Turnbull, who was head of the Civil Service from 2002 to 2005. He castigates politicians and his former colleagues in the service, not simply for their blind acceptance of the questionable findings of the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, but for landing us with a Climate Change Act that commits us, uniquely in the world, to reducing our CO2 emissions by 80 per cent within 40 years. As I have observed here before, this target could only be attained by closing down virtually all the UK's economy.
(Excerpt) Read more at telegraph.co.uk ...
Most of the politicos in the UK wanted the carbon trade racket so much and assumed that they’d somehow restart “empire” with such Euro-stupidity against the USA. They made their bed. They can lay in it.
American anti-consumers are now running the show. Prepare yourselves for far thinner economic times. See the default ahead, and join us toward more old fashioned philosophies. The economy ahead will make the WWI and WWII years for Europe look rich.
And don’t forget to see the end of globalism ahead: currency and trade wars mandatory.
Or when hundreds of square miles of forest are burned as a result of environutter policies preventing logging or forest thinning leading to immense buildups of dead, decaying brush on the forest floor just waiting for a spark to ignite.
yup, that too.
If they're dumb enough to fall for global warming - they might go for the unicorn thing too...
There's money to be made off these guys...