UK Climate Diplomats To Get Pink Slips After Paris UN COP 21 Summit

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With United Kingdom on the verge of launching the next fracking energy boom, the British Foreign Office announced they will cut up to 40 percent of their international network of low carbon and climate vulnerability envoys to the developing world after the UN COP 21 meeting in Paris.

World government seems to have taken a major setback on the cusp of the United Nations Conference of Parties (COP 21) with the British Foreign Office announcing that they will issue pink slips to up to 100 high paid bureaucrats that have been traveling the developing world to drum up support for the UN’s plan to manage radical reduction in CO2 in the developed manage massive wealth transfers to the developing world.

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has been the driving force to empower the United Nations to gain control of worldwide economic development through environment regulation.

In his first visit to the U.S. to attend the G8 Summit in June of 1997 as British head of state, he traveled to New York to open the UN General Assembly Special Session on the Environment with Vice President Al Gore.

Six years later, Blair addressed a joint session of Congress that American legislators that climate change “cannot be ignored,” insisting “we need to go beyond even Kyoto.”

Unable to convince neither President George Bush nor the U.S. Congress implement a $30 tax per ton of carbon emissions that would have cost the U.S. economy about $1.6 trillion over the next decade, he signed an agreement with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008.

A decade later, California drivers enjoy the highest cost of gasoline in the continental U.S. due to about $.80 a gallon due to regulations that act as a “carbon tax,” according to Breitbart.                     

Blair’s efforts in the UK led to the implementation of a carbon tax in 2013. Beginning at a minimum price of $14.43 per metric ton of CO2 in in 2013, the rate rose in April to $27.35. With gasoline currently selling at $4.84 per gallon in the UK, the carbon tax cost for the carbon tax is about $.49 a gallon and is scheduled to rise to about $.74 in 2017.

But the British Geological Survey estimated that by using hydraulic fracturing, approximately northern England has the potential to produce up to 1,300 trillion cubic feet of shale gas. Most of the U.K. gas is under impoverished remote areas of Wales, Scotland and southeast England.

Facing a loss of North Sea oil revenues and a independence movement in Scotland, the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government of David Cameron has announced they want go “all out for shale.” Despite howls by the environmental lobby and the crony capitalists that are pocketing about $13.76 billion in subsidies, the House of Commons coalition defeated a Labor effort for a moratorium on fracking by a vote of 308-52.

The Guardian newspaper’s investigative reporting team used a freedom of information request to discover that the Conservative-Liberal Democrats also cut the UK’s core 2011-2013 climate diplomacy budget was slashed 39 percent from $11.35 million to $6.8 million and passed another -10 percent cut for 2015.

n his first visit to the U.S. to attend the G8 Summit in June of 1997 as British head of state, he traveled to New York to open the UN General Assembly Special Session on the Environment with Vice President Al Gore.

Six years later, Blair addressed a joint session of Congress that American legislators that climate change “cannot be ignored,” insisting “we need to go beyond even Kyoto.”

Unable to convince neither President George Bush nor the U.S. Congress implement a $30 tax per ton of carbon emissions that would have cost the U.S. economy about $1.6 trillion over the next decade, he signed an agreement with California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in 2008.

A decade later, California drivers enjoy the highest cost of gasoline in the continental U.S. due to about $.80 a gallon due to regulations that act as a “carbon tax,” according to Breitbart.                     

Blair’s efforts in the UK led to the implementation of a carbon tax in 2013. Beginning at a minimum price of $14.43 per metric ton of CO2 in in 2013, the rate rose in April to $27.35. With gasoline currently selling at $4.84 per gallon in the UK, the carbon tax cost for the carbon tax is about $.49 a gallon and is scheduled to rise to about $.74 in 2017.

But the British Geological Survey estimated that by using hydraulic fracturing, approximately northern England has the potential to produce up to 1,300 trillion cubic feet of shale gas. Most of the U.K. gas is under impoverished remote areas of Wales, Scotland and southeast England.

Facing a loss of North Sea oil revenues and a independence movement in Scotland, the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government of David Cameron has announced they want go “all out for shale.” Despite howls by the environmental lobby and the crony capitalists that are pocketing about $13.76 billion in subsidies, the House of Commons coalition defeated a Labor effort for a moratorium on fracking by a vote of 308-52.

The Guardian newspaper’s investigative reporting team used a freedom of information request to discover that the Conservative-Liberal Democrats also cut the UK’s core 2011-2013 climate diplomacy budget was slashed 39 percent from $11.35 million to $6.8 million and passed another -10 percent cut for 2015.

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