Empty your pockets: US formally embraces Copenhagen climate deal

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by Xspurt, Jan 29, 2010.

  1. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States on Thursday formally notified the United Nations that it has embraced the Copenhagen Accord setting nonbinding goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions that was negotiated last month.


    Here's the future...

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  2. mikasa


    so we are screwed, I think when people on mass start waking up it will be too late

    you know that song

    "too late baby, baby its too late"
  3. First its nonbinding.

    Second the US may profit from selling "green" technologies to third world countries, including china and india.
    In fact, this may well be the plan.