Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Sarkozy urges China to act on climate change

And while you're at it, could you people please stop multiplying? Seriously, how much room could you possibly have left?

French President Nicolas Sarkozy challenged China on Tuesday to play its part in averting climate catastrophe, winding up a state visit in which he repeatedly urged Beijing to shoulder its responsibilities as a global power.

Unfortunately the challenge was to a ping-pong match which Sarkozy lost. Oh well climate, we tried.

Sarkozy became the latest Western leader to urge Beijing to spell out goals for limiting emissions growth blamed for global warming, something developing nations are not yet obliged to do.

Please guys, I'd like the Earth to be a nice cool temperature when we blow it up.

"I ask China to join us in a new global contract, an ecological and economic New Deal," he said in a speech to students at Beijing's Tsinghua University.

But China would not sign anything without a lawyer.

He appealed to China's authorities to exert "immediate, profound and sustainable" influence on the way the world's fourth-largest economy produces goods and consumes energy.

And stop putting poison in our toys god damnit.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

climate change! they're sucking up all the oxygen on this planet...they need to suck on a few of their own toys and cut down on a few million people...condoms
please people, don't just wear them as hats.

November 28, 2007 10:26 AM  

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