Tianjin Failure – No Hope For Cancun Climate Deal. It’s Over!

Approximately 3000 delegates from 177 countries flew to China and negotiated 6 days long, trying to find common ground for a treaty in Cancun in December. The news from Tianjin, China  is out. The result?


Der Spiegel writes here:

No concessions were reached on the questions of climate protection, observers reported – despite 6 days of negotiations.

UN Climate Chief Christiana Figueres says a general framework will have to be hammered out in Cancun, one that will lead to a treaty later in the future. Efforts to sign a treaty in Cancun will not be attempted.

Der Spiegel reports that the gridlock in the negotiations resulted from disputes between China and USA.

EU delegation leader Peter Wittoeck said:

It is disappointing that we were unable to make the progress we wanted.

Both the US and China blame each other for the failure. To the contrary, we ought to thank China and USA for the SUCCESS!

Saved again from another dumb deal!

17 responses to “Tianjin Failure – No Hope For Cancun Climate Deal. It’s Over!”

  1. R. de Haan

    But let’s face facts.
    CO2 legislation is introduced virtually everywhere in our society and we are throwing money out of the window at a faster rate than we can print it.
    We have projects in place to upgrade coastal defenses against an imaginary sea level rise and energy policies that blow any chance on economic growth but also pose a huge threat for our food chain.
    In short these schemes threaten our existence.

    This “ship”has to be stopped and the people behind this fraud have to be brought to justice.

    I am very serious about this.

    Until we have achieved this there is absolutely no reason for celebrations.

  2. R. de Haan

    Deeply Darkly Depressing (an that’s only Great Britain, a similar story goes for every country in the EU)

  3. R. de Haan


    This country was one of the first outside Europe to adopt to Cap & Trade.
    Now it has become clear that the NZ temperature data has been manipulated the opposition is smelling blood.

    They are going to role back any climate legislation and they will claim the hell out of the frauds.

    Therefore I really think the real atomic explosion has taken place in NZ.

    The blast wave and the fall out will be felt in Europe too.

    No doubt about that.

    1. A Phillips

      “the opposition is smelling blood.

      They are going to role back any climate legislation and they will claim the hell out of the frauds.”

      And spoil a good tax with the truth…I don’t think so…the opposition are completely inept and their fingerprints are all over the Cap and Trade legislation

  4. R. de Haan

    Here you have it:
    Aviation deal clears way for emissions scheme:
    EU BRUSSELS | Sat Oct 9, 2010 9:58am EDT
    (Reuters) – A global deal on emissions curbs by airlines struck late on Friday will allow the European Union to press ahead with plans to charge airlines for emissions permits from 2012, the European Commission said on Saturday.

    This is the start of the complete destruction of our economies.


    1. DirkH

      When people like Connie Hedegaard stay in power, a gradual and complete destruction is certain. Time to plan the exit.

  5. Quixote

    One must not even suggest “a country” adopted “Cap and Trade” ………….Cap and Trade has been introduced by Corrupt Politicians and Greedy Immoral Investors, not a country!

    The peoples of the World must unite against this small but destructive and evil force that has arisen amongst us.

    Replace the politicians with honest folks who are moral and honourable. Stop funding of NGO’s that are acting out a bizarre eco-religious” stage play that is damaging the youth of the World and bankrupt every investor in the Green Scam that has been foisted upon us!


  6. R. de Haan

    Rich countries failing to deliver climate cash,
    repackaging existing development budgets with the climate stamp, postponing payments to 2012 (when the airlines have to participate the carbon trade scheme).


    We will be suckered into this scheme if we like it or not.

    Time to address these criminals before they rip us blind.

    Fat chance to prosecute the pundits because they al enjoy legal immunity.

    We are screwed.

    1. DirkH

      Their reasoning is to push through a price for CO2 not matter what. This way they can whenever they need it create an artificial scarcity of emission permittances and drive up the prize to any level they need. Probably they reason that this way they can solve the public debt problem of the EU countries.

      The bounty for the developing countries will only be paid when they decide to partake in this scheme. That’s why the payments are stalled. It’s a reward.

      I think that’s how it will work.

  7. R. de Haan

    The entire scheme has to be blocked and rolled back.

    If not, you better find another place to live, outside the madhouse they are creating.

  8. R. de Haan

    In the mean time October sea levels continue the decline: update 15 mm so far.

    There are virtually no alarmist claim left standing.
    They are all debunked or proven wrong by Mother Nature.

    What’s left is a skeleton of a doctrine based on lies, lies dirty lies.

  9. R. de Haan

    The EU plans to destroy us says Richard North.
    I think he is right.

  10. R. de Haan
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