I wonder what the carbon footprint of the Global Warming Conference is? But consider this nugget:
More than 40,000 delegates from 195 countries are attending COP21, which has the goal of achieving a legally binding agreement to keep global warming below what most scientists say is the critical threshold of 2 degrees Celsius of warming.
40,000 delegates!?!? That’s an average of over 205 delegates from each country.
And given that we haven’t had any warming in almost 20 years, can we assume that any agreement would be to just freeze the status quo in place? What does that do to developing countries?