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Here are a few links explaining what governments around the world have pledged to do in order to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions. Most countries, and likely all industrialised ones, have targets.

http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/2011/sb/eng/inf01r01.pdf[PDF - Dated 7 June 2011]

http://www.dbadvisors.com/content/_media/1113_DetailedAnalysisOfTargetsByRegionAndCountry.pdf[PDF - Dated October 2009]

http://www.pewclimate.org/international/emissions-targets[Website with current data. Link for the US on bottom of page]

I'm making the point that regardless of people saying it's all a hoax, governments have been and still are committed to reducing their emissions. And if it is a hoax, then it's the most elaborate hoax in history to have duped almost every government in the world. In reality, it would be an impossible achievement. Even the smartest people in the world would be caught out eventually. Sure not all research has been good, and it's everyone's duty to point out where research is known to be wrong. But it's far from being debunked as some people have said.

If you think of the masses differences in all kinds of policies between the countries of the world, for so many of them to agree on this issue must mean something. To believe that it's possible to equally dupe dozens of nations with all their differences is far-fetched to say the least. And for those who still insist it's a hoax or fundamentally flawed, it seems like you're wasting your time, since governments have taken action and continue to take action anyway. What some of you would be implying with your comments like "Whoever believes it is an idiot/moron etc." is that almost every government in the world is equally idiotic/moronic. If that's the case then the world is probably going to implode in a couple of years anyway, so we needn't worry about the future.

And a last point to reach out to those who say that man has no influence on climate. Think about this instead.. it's compelling countries to adopt renewable energy faster than they might have. I'm sure everyone would say that's a good thing at least. Prices for fossil fuels are going to keep getting higher.


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