How Many People Would Have Died, Had Germany Listened To Hansen?

The trains carrying coal to power plants are death trains. Coal-fired power plants are factories of death. When I testified against the proposed Kingsnorth power plant, I estimated that in its lifetime it would be responsible for the extermination of about 400 species – its proportionate contribution to the number that would be committed to extinction if carbon dioxide rose another 100 ppm.

The German and Australian governments pretend to be green. When I show German officials the evidence that the coal source must be cut off, they say they will tighten the “carbon cap”. But a cap only slows the use of a fuel – it does not leave it in the ground. When I point out that their new coal plants require that they convince Russia to leave its oil in the ground, they are silent. The Australian government was elected on a platform of solving the climate problem, but then, with the help of industry, it set emission targets so high as to guarantee untold disasters for the young, let alone the unborn. These governments are not green. They are black – coal black.

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5 Responses to How Many People Would Have Died, Had Germany Listened To Hansen?

  1. A K Haart says:

    “The German and Australian governments pretend to be green.”

    All sensible governments pretend to be green…… Doh.

  2. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    not seen a storm like this in 20 years

    It’s a “freak pattern” not a normal pattern, even though it’s happened before.

  3. Mike Davis says:

    15 to over 25% of the population would have been wiped out if Europe followed Big Jim’s fantasy!

  4. Jimbo says:

    He just wanted to replace one source of death with another.

  5. Kirt Griffin says:

    If I have this straight, James says sea level will rise somewhere between 5 to 75 meters and we need to leave coal in the ground. Chances are the coal mines will be underwater anyway…

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