While environmental activists rag on Western countries for their pollution and CO2 emissions and demand we cut back, they remain mysteriously quiet about the world’s leading pollution culprit. According to a recent study, Communist China emits more pollution in 16 days, than Australia does in a full year.
Western Journal explains:
A Feb. 24 article from the Institute of Public Affairs cited research in which the organization compared China’s carbon emissions to those of its neighbor to the south, Australia.
The findings are distressing.
“Every 16 days China emits more carbon than Australia does in an entire year,” the institute reported. “This means the annual effect on global emissions from Australia mandating a net zero emissions target would be cancelled out by China in just over two weeks.”
The IPA added that China has increased carbon emissions by 83.5 percent per capita since 2004, while Australia has decreased emissions by 15.4 percent in the same time frame.
For the record, there is a huge difference between pollution and colourless and odourless CO2 that is necessary for life.
And along this vein, in 2020 the Communist regime built three times more coal plants than the rest of the world combined. READ: China Built Three Times as Much Coal Power in 2020 as the Rest of the World Combined
And for some reason, Communist China was also exempt from cutting CO2 emissions under the Paris Accord. READ: Former environment senator Fritz Vahrenholt: “We are threatened by a dramatic loss of prosperity”
Look, if environmental activists really believed that C02 was destroying the world why would they exempt Communist China and why would they be flying in private jets. READ: ‘Climate Czar’ John Kerry Took Private Jet to Receive Environmental Award: ‘Only Choice for Somebody Like Me’