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fossils are on life support: china has invested $2.9 tr in renewables
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Meanwhile, overseas:

What’s the link to Climate Change: Since 2000, China has been significantly increasing its investments across Africa, particularly in Energy. Data from Boston University researcher Kevin P Gallagher shows that Chinese-backed Overseas investments in Fossil Fuels have totalled $165 billion around the world. This is 27x bigger than Non-Hydro Renewablesduring the same period.
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2019-03-13 16:01:43 UTC
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We've all seen the stories about how China has under reported it's
coal use, and violated the CFC ban, yet without China's full
cooperation & commitment you can't even meet your own terribly
inadequate goals.

It's ridiculous.

China didn't even rate back in the 1980s, when the Global Warming
mantra was already in full swing, yet today Chinese emissions
surpass all of U.S. emissions PLUS all of Europes emissions...

REMEMBER: According to "Climate Change" gospels the earth
had already reached the "Global Warming" tipping point in the
1800s. Man Made Global Warming was already occurring, past tense,
BEFORE the 20th century. And yet, today, we have subsidized China's
growth so much that the entire United States could be beamed to
Mars, eliminating 100% of our emissions, PLUS all of Europe could
be beamed to Mars, eliminating 100% of their emissions yet China
would more than make up the difference!

So, even if we wanted to pretend that any of the fossil fuel CONSERVATION
EFFORTS would have any impact what so ever on CO2, all it would or
could result in is a slight postponement...

...never mind the fact that removing all the sulfur & soot from the
atmosphere, which fossil fuels put there, could only ever WARM the planet.
The sulfur bounces the sun's energy back into space, reducing the
amount reaching us, while all the soot -- particle pollution, "Particulates"
-- shade the earth, keeping what sunlight that isn't bounced away from
reaching the surface.






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