As it turns out, it’s not the advanced economies that have a CO2 problem

The Third World emits far more CO2 than us.

It’s all moot of course, since CO2, let alone the piddly “man-made” emissions, can’t possibly be a problem and/or driver of climate… especially not “our” 3% (or even 30% if you like) of the 0.04% of the atmosphere that this essential trace gas makes up.

But anyway, the raw data is in.

Industrialized nations emit far less carbon dioxide than the Third World, according to latest evidence from Japan’s Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

Global warming alarmism is turned on its head and the supposed role of carbon dioxide in climate change may be wrong, if the latest evidence from Japan’s scientists is to be believed.


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Via spot_the_dog aka sdog

Sure, the Third World outnumbers the West, and yet with all our cars and factories and pundits breathing hot air, we still can’t match a bunch of folks sitting around a campfire.

    • The Wizard of WOZ
    • November 3rd, 2011

    The bush tele strikes again. And after all those poor tyres I killed last weekend too…

    • Nup. By the sounds of it, not even doughnuts in a semi.

      I’m sorry, brother. Don’t shoot the messenger.

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