“You disgusting 10th degree maggots! You humans should be ashamed of yourselves for pro-creating and watering down the success of Wind Energy and Solar Energy which is our U.N. Dream for Green Nirvana”!!!
The above “could” be the attitude of most ENGO’s and U.N. treasonous promoters of their Agenda 21 idiocy when it comes to measuring the “success” rate that “Renewable Energy” is having on the World as the Millenium Development Plan (Agenda 21 sideshow) comes to an end.
The reality of this world-wide push on Wind and Solar is complete disaster for humans and wildlife, YET the completion date of 2015 to have the whole Agenda 21 plan in place is forcing Governments world-wide to abandon their “under the radar” insidious, 5th column type of strategy, to weasel their “Sustainable Development” plans down unwary tax payers throats!
They have to force this crap even further down our collective gullets faster then ever and that in itself will be their downfall as the general public awaken to the fact that they are being governed by some very wicked and ill-willed people!
Retribution will be UGLY!
Source: Fri, 31 May 2013 02:58 PM
Author: Laurie Goering
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The world has made important progress towards improving energy efficiency, using more renewable sources of power and providing basic electricity to every household over the last two decades.
But the gains have barely been enough to keep up with population growth and surging energy demand and are far short of what is needed to curb climate change, a new UN-backed energy report suggests.
In the last 10 years, 1.7 billion people around the world gained access to electricity. But the world’s population grew by 1.6 billion over that same period, nearly wiping out the gains. Similarly, rising energy demand effectively eliminated half the energy efficiency savings and 70 percent of the gains from growth in renewable energy over the past decade.
“Even to stand still, we have to run extremely fast. That’s the challenge,” said Vivien Foster, a sustainable energy leader at the World Bank and one of the lead authors of the Global Tracking Framework report, released on Friday.
Based on household survey data from 180 countries around the world, the report examines progress over the last 20 years towards three sustainable energy goals the United Nations Secretary General has set for 2030: universal access to electricity and fuel sources other than firewood or dung for cooking; a doubling of renewable energy as a share of global energy use; and a doubling of the annual rate of improvement in energy efficiency.
About 70 countries around the world have signed up to try to meet the “Sustainable Energy for All” goals.
The report – the first to track progress on such goals – aims to drive better policy on sustainable energy as well as to support the inclusion of energy issues in new sustainable development goals (SDGs), which are expected to be adopted next year to replace the expiring Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).
1.2 BILLION WITHOUT ELECTRICITY
Access to clean and sustainable energy remains an enormous problem around the world, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia. Globally 1.2 billion people have no access to electricity and 2.8 billion cook with firewood and other “solid fuels” that can cause health problems and that help fuel widespread deforestation.