Southern Company Has Been Participating Voluntarily In The U.N. Agenda
October 5, 2011 Leave a comment
21st Century Coal are plants that Capture CO2
(Agenda 21/Kyoto Protocols)
The Bush Administration has not supported U.S. ratification of the Kyoto
Protocol or other mandatory carbon dioxide reduction legislation; however,
in 2002, it did announce a goal to reduce the greenhouse gas intensity of
the U.S. economy, the ratio of greenhouse gas emissions to the value of U.S.
economic output, by 18 percent by 2012. Southern Company is participating
in the voluntary electric utility sector climate change initiative, known as
Power Partners, under the Bush Administration’s Climate VISION program.
The utility sector pledged to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions rate by
3 percent to 5 percent by 2010-2012. The Company continues to evaluate
future energy and emission profiles relative to the Power Partners program
and is participating in voluntary programs to support the industry initiative.
In addition, the Company is participating in the Bush Administration’s Asia
Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate, a (((public/private
partnership))) to work together to meet goals for energy security, national air
pollution reduction, and climate change in ways that promote (((sustainable
economic growth and poverty reduction))). Legislative proposals that would
impose mandatory restrictions on carbon dioxide emissions continue to be
considered in Congress. The ultimate outcome cannot be determined at this
time; however, mandatory restrictions on the Company’s carbon dioxide
emissions could result in significant additional compliance costs that could
affect future results of operations, cash flows, and financial condition if such
costs are not recovered through regulated rates.
SOUTHERN COMPANY ANNUAL REPORT reveals their goal to cooperate voluntarily with the plans originating from the United Nations to control and weaken America.
Tom Fanning, of Southern Company, wants Agenda 21 Coal Plants “21 Century Coal.”