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Mohamed Mobin

Scarborough, Canada

#21 Dec 7, 2009
Today, December 7, 2009, in Copenhagen, Denmark, the largest and the most important U.N. climate change conference is scheduled to be opened. Diplomats and head of states from 192 countries have been invited for what could be the last chance to iron out a deal to protect the world from the impending global warming.

The rich countries such as Canada, USA, India, and China will be apposing any significant changes in their environmental controls, arguing they are controlling greenhouse gases on their own.

It was not too long ago, the former Prime Minister of Canada, the Honourable Jean Cretein, was hailed as a champion in implementing the Kyoto Agreement. Since then there have been several meetings of world leaders on this topic and nothing has been successfully resolved. The USA Government under Bush was dead against climate controls, wanting to please the electorates of Virginia, Ohio and other coal producing states.

The Canadian government has allowed the Province of Alberta to continue to pollute the environment with the tar sands project. This project is said to be the worst polluter in the world.

Now smaller countries, like Guyana, has taken a pivotal role in preserving its’ forestry and contain carbon emissions; the world leaders have taken a harder look at Guyana’s participation and its’ relentless involvement in this area. Countries such as Great Britain and Norway are heavily involved in the preservation of Guyana’s forestry. They have pledged millions of dollars in this cause.

This conference in Copenhagen may be the last chance to come to an agreement to fight climate change.

There must be an adequate funding model to help poorer countries preserve their forestry.

It was only two weeks ago, In Trinidad, that the Commonwealth Countries agreed that a $10 B fund per year for three years be set up to combat climate change. Although it was argued that this amount should be some where in the tune of $300 B, it is still a step in the right direction. Now Leaders such as Bharrat Jagdeo from Guyana are in the forefront in helping to prevent this impeding climate change.


The ultimate responsibility rests with the citizens of the world, who will eventually bear the catastrophic consequences if the world leaders fail to act on a timely basis.

The citizens of the world should band together and preserve the environment. No one government or person can do it alone.
siddiki

Huntington Station, NY

#22 Dec 7, 2009
i hope that ppp antyman observer who sucking jukdeo loli is listening . i hope when jukdeo jooking him in bed , he op[en his mouth good to let jukdeo know what we say . antyman observer shouldnt just open his mouth to suck kack .
Mohamed Mobin

Scarborough, Canada

#23 Dec 9, 2009
It would now appear that the this confrence in Copenhagen will not accomplish the goals it was intented to. The Developed countries and the develpoing countries are at logger heads as to how they will cut emissions. Canada is proposing a 20 % reduction by the year 2020. This is the same promise that was made a decade ago, only the year was different, being 2010, and it did not meet those commitments. Do you really think that they will in 2020? Canada has the worst industrial polluter in the world, the Tar Sands oil extraction facilities in Alberta.

While some are serious about reducing Co2 emmissions, the rich countries are not.

USA for instance has an unemployment rate of 10 %, factoring the others who are on welfare, disability benefits and others who just fell through the cracks, the real unemployment rate is about 20-25 % and for a developed country this is horrendeous. People are no loger getting jobs that pay $25.00 per hour, instead, they have to accept jobs that are paying $10.00 per hour. This means they cannot pay their bills at the end of the month. So the coal mines are being fired up to provide some kind of income for some states and its' people. Old factories that are responsible for Co2 emissions are still being used, because they provide employment. Owners cannot afford to retrofit their machineries with effecient ones, because they just cannot afford to do so.There are no governmental grants for these projects.So the pollution continues unabated.

In the meantime, the Atlantic ocean has now encroached into Guyana by another mile in 30 years and this is significant.Continued disruption of the ecology will definitely result in the entire coatal line of Guyana under the sea.Sea walls and sea defences will not help.The world must act swiftly or their own contry will suffer the consequences.
siddiki

Huntington Station, NY

#24 Dec 9, 2009
thise countries have pledged monmey toguyana but when and how much a year . its going towards preserving the forest but doing nothing for guyana . there are thousands in guyana that still use firewood to cook . are they supposed to starve . jukdeo is a antyman joker .they was cutting trees fuh years in guyana and it didnt affect the world . its the world which will affect guyana .and guyana will suffer if it dont use its natural resources like other countries

Since: May 09

Georgetown, Guyana

#25 Dec 18, 2009
At the Copenhagen, Denmark yesterday many has pledged their trust to President Jagdeo to support developing countries battle with climate changes...

Another aimed achievement that was fulfilled.

Since: May 09

Georgetown, Guyana

#26 Dec 18, 2009
And speaking about achievements that the Presidents earned was the support of the AFC and PNC...shocking, its true...

Since: May 09

Georgetown, Guyana

#27 Dec 18, 2009
This is the way we should act as Guyanese, one people one nation and one destiny in order to bring Guyana up to its standards once again...
siddiki

Bay Shore, NY

#28 Dec 19, 2009
jukdeo want to change kokky . he trying to get the biggest one for his beety hole

Since: May 09

Georgetown, Guyana

#29 Dec 21, 2009
siddiki wrote:
jukdeo want to change kokky . he trying to get the biggest one for his beety hole
When the climate starts to change and you start yelling for Jagdeo to help the country then yo back side would know the importance of saving our forest and then you would have realize that you should have supported the LCDS, but too late shall be the cry!
Robby

Woodside, NY

#30 Dec 24, 2009
Ob_server wrote:
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When the climate starts to change and you start yelling for Jagdeo to help the country then yo back side would know the importance of saving our forest and then you would have realize that you should have supported the LCDS, but too late shall be the cry!
Observer, do you realize that "whitey" , or secret societies-under the Conspiracy Theory control the views about climate changes. Your man , Juckdeo is a tiny insect crawling among these dinosaurs. and what part he has played is scrap paper already. No wonder he is so "MAD" about what happened. If you think that Juckdeo is some sort of pioneer for climate changes, you might as well think again/ For all you know the majority thinks that this is a HOAX, and too many expanded views without any sound evidences. There is deforestation in Guyana. but 'patent technology"
will be costly, that is the reason why he need that BIG loan, maybe, to fill his pockets. He should try some other alternative in replanting the forests. The greenhoouse effect will continue challenged or unchallenged, hopefully nature has a way of restoring itself, but when these big corporations lobbiy against this phenomena, it is all about money. Did you know that a majority of other scientists(who work with these "whiteys" ) have denied any sort of global warming? They have based their facts in comparing the history of climate occurrences with today's phenomena.
Anyway, I think a global catastrophe is necessary to change things.
People like you are ordered to come on this blog and post what Juckdeo wants you to. So that is how you operate. I tell you againg that Juckdeo is a needle in the haystack on this issue, so there is no reason for anyone to think tht Juckdeo is helping anyone. he needs money to buy more houses in Florida. How Guyana is being threatened is being exagerrated as play upon words or a "pun".
Enjoy you holidays, and hope you go to church to retain some spirituality..
siddiki

Wayne, NJ

#31 Jan 11, 2010
antyman jukdeo talking too much and doing less. cut the trees and take care of guyana . trees can be replanted . no need for destruction . trees are destroyed when ppl cut them down to plant food crops like in brazil, on a large scale .guyana is so minute in the world that we can cut down all the trees and it wont affect no one.the rich ppl are actually telling poor countries to save the forests for their future rich generation. why cant ppl enjoy their natural resources.why dont they go plant trees in the sahara or tap the energy there if they want to help preserve what is there .bunch of mofos . even antyman jukdeo is illiterate . he think he been to russia and itmean something . he end up a barren bald head old azz .

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