US State Dept expects massive climate failure from President Obama, America and world

Barry Saxifrage

US Secretary of State John Kerry claims "the United States is committed to doing its part" to fight the "clear and present danger" of the climate crisis. But a high-profile, eleven-volume, multi-year study from his own department says to expect only rising carbon emissions and broken climate promises from America. The only future this State Department study expects will occur is one in which: America fails to meet President Obama's Copenhagen Accord target; America emits even more CO2 in 2040 than it does today; American CO2 levels are consistent with the International Energy Agency's (IEA) scenario for +6C of global warming.