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At COP28, pageantry is over and negotiations get intense

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By SETH BORENSTEIN, DAVID KEYTON and JON GAMBRELL

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At COP28, pageantry is over and negotiations get intense

The "pageantry", the statements by the sheiks of the supremacy of the fossil-fuel paradigm, the ministers jetting in for their 'intense negotiations' are all the things that fuel division in developed and developing countries.

You have the UAE and Saudi feudal monarchs exposing the whole thing as empty theater, while the G20 nations pose that they are committed to SDGs, carbon taxes and other ineffectual efforts to greenwash their admins.

Both factions benefit, and their corporate masters, to the detriment of the people and the Earth.

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If gasoline is phased out what is going in the fuel tank of my 660cc runabout?

Waiting for an answer…

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Both factions benefit, and their corporate masters, to the detriment of the people and the Earth.

One might say that many actions led by these climate harpies is even more of a detriment to the lives of working people.

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What are climate harpies?

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