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Wednesday, April 5, 2017

California and Scotland join forces to fight climate change

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  • Idiot California Democrats obsess over global "climate change" rather than deal with meaningful state issues.
  • Meanwhile Dems release tens of thousands of criminals from prisons, allow dams to fall apart, fund a corrupt high speed rail no one will use and make California a sanctuary state for illegal alien law breakers.

(CNBC)  -  The Government of California and the Scottish Government have signed a joint agreement which sees them commit to work with one another to fight climate change.
The agreement was signed on Monday by Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and the Governor of California Edmund G Brown.

Among other things, the memorandum of understanding states both California and Scotland are looking to "capitalise on the huge potential of the Under2 MoU, the ambitious commitment to bold and decisive climate action covering over one billion people and over a third of the global economy to which both jurisdictions are signatories."

Signatories to the Under2 MoU agreement have committed to either cut greenhouse gas emissions by 80 to 95 percent below 1990 levels or to limit emissions to less than two metric tons per capita by mid-century.

"Scotland is making huge progress in delivering our climate change ambitions, but we are not complacent and there is still much to achieve," Sturgeon said.
"Today's meeting strengthened our relationship with the Government of California and I'm confident we can work together to achieve the targets set out by the Under2 MoU," she added.
For its part, California has ambitious plans when it comes to renewable energy and climate change.
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

what a thrill