Barack Obama’s “Climate Deal” With China

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FACT SHEET: U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation | whitehouse.gov

In 2014, President Obama announced a “breakthrough climate agreement with China.”

Over the twelve months after the historic deal, China approved 155 new coal fired power plants, almost one every other day.

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an astounding 155 planned projects received a permit this year alone, with total capacity equal to nearly 40 percent of operational coal power plants in the United States.

Glut of Coal-Fired Plants Casts Doubts on China’s Energy Priorities – The New York Times

China’s CO2 emissions are skyrocketing, and will continue to do so for at least the next 15 years.

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Climate Goals Pledged by China and the U.S. – The New York Times

China is not worried about sea level rise. They are financing a new runway in the Maldives.

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HaveeruOnline – Maldives, China near pact on airport runway

China had 1,800 famines from 108 BC to 1931, which killed hundreds of millions of people.

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15 Jun 1931, Page 6 – at Newspapers.com

A single flood in China in 1931, killed three million people.

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30 Sep 1931 – CHINA’S FLOOD Yangtse Aftermath Sufferers Number…

China’s leadership is more than happy to play along with Barack Obama’s efforts to wreck the US economy – but it has nothing to do with climate.

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