Friday, November 21, 2014

(Related update): Another Episode of "Euro Enviros on the Run!"

Related update:  Germany Euros on the run (again!).  From a article:
Germany’s Vice Chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, has indicated that the country will abandon its commitment to reducing CO2 emissions by 40 percent by 2020, from a 1990 base level. In doing so he has won the ongoing clash with his own environmental minister Barbara Hendricks over energy policy, telling her that he will tolerate no further resistance to the change of direction, according to Der Speigel.

This latest development has the collectivist Social Democratic Party in an uproar which, of course, makes me really happy!

Original post:  And what a great episode it is! From a news report at the Daily Caller:
European Union leaders announced they will be consolidating energy and environmental goals under a new commissioner, effectively axing the intergovernmental groups’ climate arm as green policies are making it harder for citizens to pay their power bills.
“The EU is signalling a historical shift away from its green priority towards a new focus on economic recovery, competitiveness and energy cost,” Dr. Benny Peiser, director of the Global Warming Policy Forum, told The Daily Caller News Foundation.
“This policy shift has been in the making for the last two years, but only now has Europe new leaders who are no longer obsessed with climate change,” said Peiser, who is based in the UK.
Click here to read more about this fantastic development! Hopefully this won't be a case of too little, too late. [ht:]