Thursday, February 18, 2010

Like a Rat Skedaddling From a Sinking Ship

The UN "climate change" chief has decided to call it a day, eco-catastrophe-wise. From the WaPo:

Yvo de Boer, the United Nation's top climate official, announced Thursday that he would step down from his post in July to work in the private sector on environmental sustainability.
De Boer has overseen international climate talks for nearly four years, laboring without success to produce a legally binding pact to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions.

His departure comes amidst uncertainty as to whether the 193 member nations of the U.N. Framework Convention on Climate Change can produce a final treaty in Mexico in December.

"Working with my colleagues . . . in support of the climate change negotiations has been a tremendous experience", De Boer said in a statement. " . . . But I believe the time is ripe for me to take on a new challenge."...
Over-ripe, I'd say, since that the jig is up and the scam has been exposed.

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