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« on: 02.07.2017, 23:07:18 »
Tidligere var det sosialistiske fyrtårn media og skvaldreklassen var opptatt av, nå er det lederstjerner, eller skal vi si klimafyrtårn, man er opptatt av. Her er en artikke fra New York Times, dvs hvis der fantes en fiber av noe som kunne vries mot Trump eller for "The Cause" så hadde det blitt tatt med i denne artikkelen:

Over all, 1,600 coal plants are planned or under construction in 62 countries, according to Urgewaldâ??s tally, which uses data from the Global Coal Plant Tracker portal. The new plants would expand the worldâ??s coal-fired power capacity by 43 percent.


Over all, Chinese companies are behind 340,000 to 386,000 megawatts of planned coal power expansion worldwide,


Chinaâ??s two global policy banks, the China Development Bank and the Export-Import Bank of China, have already provided more than $43 billion in overseas coal financing since 2000, according to a separate database of Chinese energy investments published this year by Boston University.


But Chinaâ??s climate concerns have so far been driven by narrow concerns over local pollution, said Eric G. Gimon, a senior fellow at Energy Innovation, a research firm based in San Francisco.

â??For now, those concerns seem not to extend elsewhere,â? Mr. Gimon said.

Kilde: Heller

Jeg ler meg skakke over de naive idiotene som tror på at Kina ble med i Paris-galskapen fordi Kina er opptatt av klima...