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Friday, July 16, 2010

GLOBAL WARMING - That's Quite True Lie

No one can deny the adverse effects of global warming. The frequency of hurricanes, storms, and tornado in several countries, including Indonesia, more common than 20 years ago. This is proof positive. Global appeal any reduction in global temperature formations. 

Meeting of the countries of forest owners in 2005 in Marakesh, Morocco, also agreed to preserve the environment. Without a global appeal, Indonesia since the 1970s has been proclaimed forest conservation, including reforestation. 

However, the reduction of forest occur. These factors cause is the population growth from 120 million to 240 million people today, the expansion of oil palm plantation and business interests that sustain economic growth, and smuggling of timber to foreign countries. 

Not all forest encroachment because it is one of the negative consequences of economic development, including the provision of land for housing and factories.
Things may have prevented forest encroachment hard is illegal to export logs. 

This paper is encouraging other countries with forest owners, Indonesia in the spotlight about preservation for the sake of decreasing global warming. World Bank in 2007 states, Indonesia producing carbon dioxide (CO) due to the largest forest encroachment, the controversial allegations. 

There are some suspicious things. The UN has a forest conservation scheme, called Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD). REDD supporters say, is the best and fastest way. REDD strengthened at the Copenhagen meeting, Danish, December 2009. 

Indonesia is committed to REDD.
In return, Indonesia received a grant from the Norwegian one billion U.S. dollars. This will also be applied in Brazil, several countries in South America, Asia and South Pacific. A group of developed countries, including Australia, UK, Danish, French, German, Japanese, Swedish, and U.S., is committed to funding REDD. 

Indonesia is committed to planting trees in an area of 21 million hectares of land to reduce green house emissions 26 percent by 2020 from 1990 levels and will reduce 41 percent if there are additional funds from the West. 

Why must rely on foreign assistance for reforestation.
Is not there a reforestation fund ?

Why deepening of REDD schemes increased considerably compared to the main program of global warming? Is not the majority of global warming caused by emissions beyond the destruction of forests? Some experts say, the contribution of forest destruction on a global emissions was 15 percent, the rest is fossil fuel emissions, which increased more rapidly than deforestation.

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates that the change of land use of CO contribute as much as 1.6 Gt of carbon per year. For comparison, fuel emissions accounted for 6.3 Gt CO carbon.

Why forests in some developing countries being targeted. World Food Organization (FAO) said, global deforestation reached 13 million hectares per year, including forests in wealthy nations.

Indian daily, The Times of India, May 28, 2010 edition, to question, why China and India are not included in REDD. At a meeting in Oslo, Oslo Climate and Forests Conference, May 27, Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said. "We will focus on all forests. However, we are still more focused on the preservation of existing forest just yet, "Stoltenberg said.

Researchers continue to question the strangeness of it.
"Handling of forests in developed countries is also important," said Michael Richardson from his article titled "Ensuring Redd Is Not Mere Pulp Fiction" in The Straits Times on June 7. Richardson is a researcher at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.

The activists and elites associated economic and environmental development which implicitly understood the article insinuated fraud Richardson West, who aspire to growth by offsetting the pollution tolerance of forest preservation in developing countries, who are most in need of economic development to raise the socioeconomic status of 1.2 billion people globally.

Meeting in Bonn

More scandals uncovered during a meeting in Bonn, Germany, May 31-June 11, which was attended by negotiators from 185 countries.
The meeting agreed to reduce emissions 80-95 percent by 2050 for developed countries and no visible plan for 2020. Base emission reductions are also not in 1990. U.S. wants its base is the year 2005.

Bonn meeting successfully plugged REDD, a 10 billion dollar U.S. aid per year during 2010-2012 to more than 100 billion dollars since 2020.

Assess developing countries there is no fundamental progress about the fight against global warming. "The discussion is not about the essence," said Kim Carstensen of WWF International.

Chairman of the Delegation of Bolivia Pablo Solon said, "This is not a debate that we want."

Chairman of the United Nations about climate (UN Framework Convention on Climate Change) Christiana Figueres said the government must face this challenge. Yvo de Boer, who replaced Figueres, pessimistic. "We're in a long journey to address climate change," said De Boer.

Alden Meyer of the Union of Concerned Scientists, based in the U.S., teasing. "Figueres Expectations are too high."

British daily, The Guardian, June 9 edition of the more deadly write stuff again. Rather than reducing emissions at least 30-40 per cent in 2020, developed countries actually increased emissions of 8 percent. This is done by doing tricks in the calculation of emission reductions. This trick is the use of carbon markets to legalize as many as 30 percent of emissions in developed countries with the preservation of compensation in other countries.

The same daily edition written June 8, the West did a trick by presenting data of forest planting, but it shows a real logging data. "This is a scandal that had no flavor and a disaster for the climate," said Sean Cadman from the Climate Action Network, a coalition of 500 environmental and development groups from around the world. "Only the Swiss who do not want to do that," said Cadman.

Similarly, about commitment to help REDD. Help is stated is that previously promised aid was given, but diverted to help forest conservation.

Antonio Hill of Oxfam warned that there is potential for developing countries would be debt relief and would be detrimental because REDD assistance from aid that was intended for improving health and education systems. Chairman of the Delegation of the European Union argue Laurent Graff.
"Help is real and truly prepared." (REUTERS / AP / AFP / MON)

1 comment:

  1. I'm all for environmental protection and humans learning to live in harmony with the environment, but saying anything is "proof positive" in science is not likely to win over any converts. We can't prove positive the average global temperature today let alone predict the future global temps. The theory of climate change makes sense and I don't deny this, I only think a different approach is needed to reach those who would rather "believe" other theories. Enjoyed your citique of carbon markets, all they are is another game for Wall Street and stock brokers to amass all the wealth.