Since 1989, when the treaty came into effect, there have been no attributable:
- massive job losses
- transfers of wealth from rich countries to the developing world
- One World Government run by the UN
- take-over by international socialists and their grant-tamed scientific elite.
Nor has the wheels fallen off the science. Rather there has been nine revisions signed; a dramatic reduction in the amount of CFCs and HCFCs released; and a leveling off or reductions in atmospheric concentrations of these substances; a new industry for ozone-friendly refrigerants and aerosol propellants, and most importantly, this year's Antarctic ozone hole appears likely to level out below the worst 2006 benchmark. This confirms predictions that repair is likely, though distant.
So we see Copenhagen can work; we have proof in precedents — we just need the will.