Doha Fail: Only 37 of 194 Countries Agree To Extend Old Kyoto Treaty

Well, clearly this was a failure.

Only 37 of 194 countries signed on to extend the Old Kyoto Treaty at the Doha Climate Change Conference. And it still remains open to how high their planned reductions will be.
No Trick Zone reported:

The German media report that only a totally lame climate treaty compromise was reached in Doha: Kyoto I will be extended until 2020.

For those calling for rapid reductions in CO2 emissions, the result in Doha can only be described as an utter disaster. The Doha agreement will do absolutely nothing to curb CO2 growth, let alone cut net CO2 emissions.

One reason is that few countries are left taking part. Online FOCUS magazine reports only a few countries have signed on to extending Kyoto I, which FOCUS calls a “minimal compromise”. Only 37 of 194 countries signed on. That means the treaty is internationally non-binding.

The only thing that is certain is that there are going to be many more climate junkets in the future, wasting more taxpayer money.

The left wing TAZ reports that these 37 countries are “responsible for about 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions. And it still remains open how high the planned reductions will be.” Those that signed on to make reductions couldn’t even tell us how much.

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