The carbon corruption: Iran, Sudan, and North Korea get millions in U.N. carbon credit funds

Climatism comment : So we place economic sanctions on Iran, North Korea et al, on one hand, and then give it all back on the other through millions, perhaps billions in carbon credit funds. At the same time making them look ‘environmentally’ and socially good?!
Everything falling into place nicely for the UN’s wealth redistribution agenda (21).

Watts Up With That?

From the Washington Free Beacon by Zach Noble, how a half page of the Kyoto protocol turned into a free ride for corruption.

Carbon Corruption

Iran, North Korea, Sudan rack up millions by trading U.N. carbon credits

The U.N. is funneling millions of dollars worth of tradable carbon credits to corrupt nations worldwide, including Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Uzbekistan in an attempt to encourage clean energy projects in the developing world.

The U.N. Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) is defined in Article 12 of the Kyoto Protocol. Western European countries fund energy projects in the developing world in order to obtain Certified Emission Reduction credits (CERs), tradable credits that enable Europeans to count foreign emission reductions towards their own domestic emission reduction targets.

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2 Comments on “The carbon corruption: Iran, Sudan, and North Korea get millions in U.N. carbon credit funds”

  1. realmandydee says:

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