I guess Britons didn't use fuel to heat their homes during the past two record setting cold winters. Those of you in Great Britain, who read this blog, how many of you used less fuel the past two winters? Go ahead, look at your fookin oil and gas bills and let me know. The bullshit is piling up pretty high. They have to find some excuse for the global cooling that we have been experiencing since 1995. This is pretty pathetic, if you ask me...
The country's greenhouse gas emissions are falling dramatically as belt-tightening Britons use less power in the wake of the recession, figures showed today.
Carbon Dioxide emissions fell by almost a tenth in 2009 according to the Department of Energy and Climate Change, a trend that will be welcomed by environmental groups.
But the fall has mainly been caused by falling demand for energy from homes and businesses - and illustrates the severity of the economic downturn.
Industry alone emitted a third less greenhouse gas, suggesting a rapid drop in demand for raw materials such as those used in the construction industry.
Read more if you can stomach it: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1352521/Greenhouse-gas-emissions-drop-9-Britons-use-fuel-energy-recession.html#ixzz1ClgTDleq