of the article are the most important ones.....I agree with both. Forcing people to pay for something they can't afford should not be up to temporary country leaders because the people themselves will be suffering for it long after those leaders are gone. Any decisions done on a local level should be put on a ballot so the people affected can have a say in it.
Another statement made in the article shows that only the elite investors will benefit from world-wide 'rules', and if you don't think the countries' leaders making these decisions aren't also investors, you're dreaming. Just ask Al Gore and all the millions HE's made on this topic alone, even though he's a total hypocrite about it in his personal life.
church and state.
"Climate talks pass baton in race to stop global warming
"Fractious climate change talks in Poland showed the limits of international action to limit global warming in a polarized world, putting the onus on individual governments, cities and communities to stop temperatures rising."