Sunday, 29 January 2012

EU climate change commissioner Hedegaard in need of a break

As we reported only a couple of days ago, the European Commission has published a study stating that there is no need for new legislation to regulate shale gas exploration in the European Union.

Energy Commissioner Günther Oettinger:"The legal study confirms that there is no immediate need for changing our EU legislation"

Connie Hedegaard, the European Union´s überwarmist and promoter of (Danish) wind energy, does obviously not keep in touch with Oettinger and the rest of the Commission; she keeps on blabbering that the European Commission is "looking into what kind of regulation could be implemented across the bloc".

"What we're doing is before it gets to be a very big issue we are trying to see about the chemicals, about the fracking, about the consequences. That need s analysis , " she told Reuters .

"We would never mind having international legislation around this, but as that will probably take some time, it's just important for us to check whether our own legislation is adequate , " she added.

Read the entire article here

Time for a long holiday, Mrs. Hedegaard?

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