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CHINA DEMANDS CONSUMING NATIONS PAY CO2 TAX FOR THEIR

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CHINA DEMANDS CONSUMING NATIONS PAY CO2 TAX FOR THEIR PostThu Mar 19, 2009 3:09 am  Reply with quote  

CO2 EMISSIONS INTO THE ATMOSPHERE. DO THEY EVEN HAVE AN EPA?



Guess they didn't get my post about their needing to green up their economy? Maybe that is phase 2 of their population control policy of course we all know that what goes up comes down some where else and it is indeed coming down right here in the good ole US of A.

You guys have seen the satellite pics and NASA studies they are polluting the planet by being solely dependent upon coal for power and then blaming us for buying their goods. RFLMAO!

Two words nuclear but more preferable SOLAR! Hydro is out since they seem to be running a little short on water these days! wink wink
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Oxone levels in Western USA rising due to Asian pollution PostThu Jan 21, 2010 8:01 pm  Reply with quote  



http://www.terradaily.com/reports/Asian_pollution_worsens_US_air_levels_study_999.html
Asian pollution worsens US air levels: study


by Staff Writers
Paris (AFP) Jan 20, 2010
Pollution from Asia is boosting levels of ozone in the skies above the western United States, a trend that could hamper US efforts to meet tougher smog standards, experts said on Wednesday.
Their study focusses on data for ozone in springtime above western North America at an altitude of between three and eight kilometers (two and five miles).

This height is between the stratosphere -- where a thin layer of ozone helps to filter out dangerous ultra-violet light from the Sun -- and ground level, where ozone can be a bad hazard for people with cardiac or respiratory problems.

The paper, published in the British journal Nature, said that ozone levels in the monitored area rose by 14 percent in springtime from 1995 and 2008.

When data were included for 1984, the year with the lowest average ozone level, the increase from that date up to 2008 was a whopping 29 percent.

The surge could only be explained by pollutants that are the precursors to ozone and were borne across the Pacific from East and South Asia by powerful winds, it says.

The chief man-made sources of ozone are nitrogen oxides and volatile organic compounds, which are gases that are the byproduct of burning fossil fuels. They react with sunlight to produce ozone, a triple molecule of oxygen.

During the time monitored in the study, US domestic emissions of these precursor gases declined.

"In springtime, pollution from across the hemisphere, not nearby sources, contributes to the ozone increases above western North America," lead author Owen Cooper of the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences at the University of Colorado said.

"When air is transported from a broad region of South and East Asia, the trend is largest," he said in a press release.

The findings are important, as previous research suggests pollution at the altitude monitored in the study can descend and mix with surface air.

If so, a long-standing question may be answered. There has been a rise in ozone levels in parts of the rural western United States, but there is little road traffic or industry in these regions to explain the increase.

The paper says the phenomenon could have repercussions for efforts in the United States to roll back its smog problem with tougher car-exhaust measures and other initiatives.

"The observed increase in springtime background ozone mixing ratio may hinder the USA's compliance with its ozone air quality standard," it says
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Re: CHINA DEMANDS CONSUMING NATIONS PAY CO2 TAX FOR THEIR PostSat Jan 23, 2010 10:53 pm  Reply with quote  

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Originally posted by visual ray wizard
CO2 EMISSIONS INTO THE ATMOSPHERE. DO THEY EVEN HAVE AN EPA?


Guess they didn't get my post about their needing to green up their economy? Maybe that is phase 2 of their population control policy of course we all know that what goes up comes down some where else and it is indeed coming down right here in the good ole US of A.

You guys have seen the satellite pics and NASA studies they are polluting the planet by being solely dependent upon coal for power and then blaming us for buying their goods. RFLMAO!

Two words nuclear but more preferable SOLAR! Hydro is out since they seem to be running a little short on water these days! wink wink


We, -the so called Developed World- are moving almost all of 'our' major factories, from clothing to auto-manufacturing, NOT only to China but to the whole Asian territory -the so called Developing Countries,
in an effort of 'keeping the costs down' and making TONS of money out of their ridiculously cheap labour....

After 10-12 years of doing this, ALL polluting measurements, showed a slight decrease in the 'West' and a significant increase in the East!!!
You see..., together with 'our' factories we were also transferring OUR pollution too...!

Now, we stand out ACCUSING them for polluting THEIR air with OUR pollution...
But it's just NOT "their" air , right...?
Yes of course, but, how about the "made in USA" pollution spreading UNSTOPINGLY to everybody else's air from both sides of the oceans...???
You seem to deliberately keep forgeting that the U.S. of America IS STILL the NUMBER ONE(1) Polluting Country in the World..., although NOT "being solely dependent upon coal for power"...

Clever, isn't it?

First We "export" our pollution ( instead of trying to reduce it...) away from 'our' ground and then We demand from other to pay for it...!!!

Great..., just Great...!!!
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