May 18, 2009

Monoxide, dioxide what's the difference?

In this New World Order -governments are so focused on curbing the ill affects of plant food they'll ignore real health threats. Decades of progress being ignored in order to protects us from computer modellers wet dreams. Shameful.

What About Real Pollution?

Don't ask the EPA — they're too busy worrying about CO2. "":

Inside EPA, May 15, 2009 — EPA’s priority focus on addressing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2009 is drawing concerns from some agency advisors who fear efforts to reduce criteria pollutants and air toxics are getting sidelined.

EPA’s Office of Transportation & Air Quality Director Margo Oge told a meeting of the Clean Air Act Advisory Committee’s (CAAAC) Mobile Sources Technical Review Subcommittee May 13 that, through 2009 at least, EPA will focus on addressing GHG emissions and deemphasize further criteria pollutant reductions from transportation.

Oge said that, at least for the rest of the year, addressing global warming pollution takes precedent over air quality tasks.

“I cannot commit our team to do anything that would be credible as far as criteria pollutants go,”said Oge, citing the “tremendous workload” EPA faces in meeting its climate change responsibilities. “What all of you cannot see is the tremendous stress that is going on in our efforts. . . . We are in the process of making history on climate change.”

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