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V-ordfører roste det grønne nationalregnskab til høring i april. Nu er det skrottet i regeringens finanslovforslag

Venstre var meget positive over for det grønne nationalregnskab til en høring i april i år. Men fire måneder senere indeholder finanslovsudspillet ikke bevilling til at fortsætte det. Nu åbner økonomi- og indenrigsminister Simon Emil Ammitzbøll op for, at pengene måske kan findes i regeringens pulje til cirkulær økonomi
Regeringen overvejer at videreføre det grønne nationalregnskab i den brede version, oplyser økonomi- og indenrigsminister Simon Emil Ammitzbøll

Regeringen overvejer at videreføre det grønne nationalregnskab i den brede version, oplyser økonomi- og indenrigsminister Simon Emil Ammitzbøll

Jens Dresling

7. september 2017

Venstres naturordfører Anni Matthiesen havde kun roser at uddele til det grønne nationalregnskab, da hun holdt oplæg ved en høring om emnet den 26. april i år, som blev afholdt af Folketingets Miljø- og Fødevareudvalg og Danmarks Statistik.

»Det glæder mig rigtig meget, at vi har taget fat på at få skabt det grønne nationalregnskab (...) Miljø og økonomi hænger unægteligt sammen. De udgør hele grundlaget for at kunne videreudvikle samfundet, også med hensyn til vækst og flere arbejdspladser. Samtidigt med at vi også skal passe godt og grundigt på både miljø og natur. Det er noget af det, vores regering rigtig gerne vil,« sagde hun.

Omkring fire måneder senere præsenterede den regering, hun er en del af, et finanslovsudspil, hvor bevillingen til den fortsatte drift af det grønne nationalregnskab var fjernet, sådan som Information beskrev det i tirsdags.

 

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Philip B. Johnsen

Bue Grunnet Nej Information og politikerne lever i en fantasiverden hvor der der lyves om alt der har med de menneskeskabte klimaforandringer at gøre, de har det tilfælles med dateringen 7 september.

'På flugt fra de menneskeskabte klimaforandringer de seneste nye klimaflygtninge.'
Fra link:
"Barbuda PM blames carnage on climate change

The prime minister of one of the islands devastated by Irma has blamed the carnage on global warming and criticised world leaders who deny climate change.

Gaston Browne, the leader of Barbuda and the larger neighbouring island of Antigua which escaped the worst of the hurricane, told the BBC’s Today programme: “The science is clear. Climate change is real in the Caribbean we are living with the consequences of climate change. It is unfortunate that there are some who see it differently.”

Browne revealed that he may have to order the evacuation of Barbuda if forecasters warn that it will be hit again by Hurricane Jose, after Hurricane Irma left 90% of buildings damage, and half the island’s 2,000 people homeless.

He added: “This storm was easily the strongest to have developed in the Atlantic. The carnage is there for all to see.”

Browne did not name Donald Trump, but he said politicians who denied climate change, as Trump has done, were irresponsible.

He said: “The irony about it is that islands in the Caribbean are very small ... Many of us are not emitters of carbon and we suffering from all of these profligate emissions from large industrial countries. And at the same time you have some leaders in the industrial world who are trying to say that climate change is not real. We do not accept that, we see that as a form of irresponsibility. These heavy polluters ought to take responsibility for climate change. They are the ones who have the large carbon footprint and in essence are contributing to global warming at the expense of other countries that clearly are not polluting the planet.”

Browne spoke of his shock of seeing the damage to Barbuda on helicopter trip on Wednesday after mistakingly tweeting the that the island had escaped the worst.

He said: “I was shocked, we were cut off from Barbuda, the last set of reports that we had early in the morning at about 2am was that they were doing pretty OK. We had absolutely no knowledge that the island was literally devastated.”

“It was easily one of the most emotionally painful experiences I’ve had. From what I’ve seen at least 90% of the properties in Barbuda suffered some level of damage.

“Approximately 50% are homeless at this time, they are bunking together. We are trying to get some immediate relief supplies to them, and see how we can start the recovery effort.”

Browne said it could take years and tens of millions of pounds to rebuild the island.

He said: “It could be in the region of $100m, for a small state that is definitely beyond our means. We will have to approach the international community for some level of assistance."

Link: https://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2017/sep/06/hurricane-irma-caribb...

Et sådant regnskab ville jo afsløre de dårlige resultater af netop sammenhængen af økonomi og miljø!
Men så kan vi jo forvirre sagen - og måske - en pulje eller to - den sædvanlige øvelse...

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Eva Schwanenflügel

Afskaf alle måleinstrumenter, og skræm tiggerne bort fra vort åsyn, så slipper vi for at høre om negative miljøregnskaber og fattigdom, synes at være logikken i regeringens manøvrer.