Another Climate Forecast Comes True

On September 24, 2015 Obama made a “climate deal” with China.  I immediately identified the deal as fraudulent, and blogged that China had no intention of cutting their emissions. And of course their emissions don’t have anything to do with climate, so the deal was doubly fraudulent.

Only a  complete moron like a New York Times writer would believe that China would actually implement such a plan.

Chinese CO2 emissions have tripled over the last 15 years, and under this agreement will continue to grow for the next 15 years. By the year 2030, their CO2 emissions will be about 400% of US emissions.

Obama Agrees To Let China CO2 Emissions Grow For 15 More Years | The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

And blogged about it several times since then.

Barack Obama’s “Climate Deal” With China | The Deplorable Climate Science Blog

My forecast was correct.

Climate Change Conference Collapses as China Backs Down from Emission Commitments

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6 Responses to Another Climate Forecast Comes True

  1. GeologyJim says:

    Yeah, Tony you were spot on this conclusion

    This was Obama’s set up for the Paris “accord”

    It was just as bogus as the China scam. Liar, liar, pants on fire

    Industrial strength bullsh*t

  2. LOL in Oregon says:

    You must believe!!!
    You have the power to change the world!!
    But, first, send money to us, we need it more than you!!!
    Oh, yes, we have this bridge near Brooklyn you can buy, cheap,
    …..and charge tolls to support the cause!!

    (and don’t forget to let the China Dictator have the Pacific… don’t need no stink’in Pearl Harbor,
    ..a “red line” 3 miles off the Calif coast will keep Xi at bay…
    …Dictator Xi is as honest as the day is long…at the N. Pole…on Christmas day)

  3. Anon says:

    A few more on this here. I suppose proving the ineptitude or stupidity or deceit of the last administration?

    As Beijing Joins Climate Fight, Chinese Companies Build Coal Plants

    India’s coal plant plans conflict with climate commitments

    One Chinese Coal Power Company Employs 4x More Workers Than The Entire US Coal Industry

  4. DD More says:

    I also wrote about it – What did China actually agreed to?

    From the FACT SHEET: U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation

    At the same time, President Xi Jinping of China announced targets to peak CO2 emissions around 2030, with the intention to try to peak early, and to increase the non-fossil fuel share of all energy to around 20 percent by 2030.

    In political spin talk, China will grow CO2 at the rate they want till 2030, then will increase the mix of non-fossil fuel (think nuclear power, thorium reactors & hydro growth of 3X the size of the Gorges Dam). Their planned growth doesn’t need what the West considers ‘renewable s’. If you actually look at China Power future growth plan, Obama gave away the store to get exactly what China was planning to do anyway.

    Reported in 2016 – According to the latest round of statistical data issued by CEC, China’s nation-wide electricity generation reached 5550TW hours in 2014, for year-on-year growth of 3.6%.

    In 2014, nationwide hydropower generation breached the 1000 TW hour threshold for the first time in history to reach 1070TW hours,
    1070 TW / 5550 TW = 19.23 %

    Despite China’s ongoing push for expanded wind power capacity, usage hours for wind power installations fell by 120 hours last year to 1905 hours. Nationwide grid-connected wind power generation nonetheless posted a year-on-year gain of 12.2%, to reach 156.3 TW hours.
    156.3 TW / 5550 TW = 02.82 %

    China’s grid-connected solar power capacity also posted an impressive increase in 2014, rising by 67.0% year-on-year to reach 26.52GW by the end of December 2014. Nationwide grid-connected solar power generation reached 23.11 TW hours in 2014, for a year-on-year increase of 170.8%.
    23.11 TW / 5550 TW = 00.42%

    Nationwide nuclear power generation in 2014 was 126.2 TW hours, for a year-on-year increase of 13.2% Usage times fell 385 hours year-on-year to 7489 hours on average.
    126.2 TW/ 5550 TW = 02.28 %

    Hydro + Nuc = 19.23% + 2.28% = 21.51% They were already over the 20 percent in 2014.

    • AndyG55 says:

      Pretty sure that was mentioned several times after the initial obarmy agreement farce came out.

      They need to REDUCE their “renewables” to meet their target. ;-)

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