The Asia-Pacific partnership, which brings together some of the biggest polluters on the planet in Sydney, promised, Thursday, January 12, to fight against global warming without sacrificing economic growth based on fossil fuels, however at the origin of the emission of greenhouse gases.
"Our conviction of the urgent need to continue development and eradicate poverty is at the heart of our vision," said the six member countries - the United States, Australia, China, Japan, India and South Korea - in a statement. - the “partnership on clean development and the climate”, after two days of meeting. A hundred leaders of industrial multinationals were also present at the conference. "By working together, we are better able to meet our growing energy demand and common challenges, including those related to air pollution, energy security and the intensity of greenhouse gases." squeeze ”, continue the Six.
But "fossil fuels are the basis of our economies and will remain a reality throughout our lives and beyond," said the statement, which stresses that the fight against global warming must not curb economic growth. It is therefore crucial that we work together to develop and use cleaner technologies with less polluting gas emissions so that we can continue to use fossil fuels while managing the problem of air pollution and gas emissions. greenhouse ”, according to the text.
Note on econology: in the face of ill will, what is the use of the efforts of companies in the countries of the Kyoto Zone if not to undermine their competitiveness?
In this sense, we would be for the implementation of a "Kyoto Tax" on all products imported from the "Non-Kyoto Zone" to the "Kyoto Zone".