TheCopenhagen climate treaty is at risk to fail. Only three weeks before the Copenhagen summit many politicians have said, that the legally binding climate deal will be delayed by six months, or even a year. Can we afford that?
The International Energy Agency (IEA) gives a hint:
“The International Energy Agency (IEA) has announced in its latest World Energy Outlook that every year of delayed action to address climate change will add $500 Billion to the price tag of saving the planet…”
The whole article at DeSmogBlog: Climate Denial Industry Costs Us $500 Billion a Year
Non-governmental organizations say the climate treaty can be saved:
The Ecologist 16th November, 2009: EU must ‘step-in’ to save Copenhagen from disaster
If you want to save the Copenhagen climate treaty, you can for example sign United Nations’s “Seal the Deal” campaign petition: