This existing legislation that renders ‘Dirty Industry Not for Profit’, offers the world an alternative to the Paris Agreement. This enables governments to prosecute under existing law without delay, to force the transition of industries who are responsible for causing the direct environmental destruction and contamination that may eventually lead to climate change. Even the threat of prosecution may be enough to force businesses to entirely and voluntarily transition across the 120 nation state signatories to the Rome Statute. The ETS is simply unnecessary and it unfairly transfers liability from high profitable industrial developments onto taxpayers who are without power to stop those who are responsible for continuing to advance the harm.
The application of this law has the power to not only render dirty industry unprofitable but also to determine that only sustainably produced GDP can contribute toward a nation's rank in global power. This will bring to force the world's most direct mechanism to prevent the potential of climate imbalance by way of preventing gross, large scale and widespread industrial destruction and contamination.
Eliminating the profit and power benefits of dirty industry will inspire an intentionally efficient transition to clean industry, as under this law, only sustainable production will extend the right to retain private business profit, economic power and international respect.
Diminishing the financial motivation to contaminate and devastate natural ecosystems for personal benefit, may prevent decision-makers from advancing thousands of new dirty industrial developments, which are currently planned or progressed against vulnerable communities and ecosystems globally. These will accelerate the harm of climate change caused by industrial contamination worldwide.
Although the current Paris agreement does not prohibit the industrialization that advances the destruction, with provision for enforceable penalties or criminal liability against facilitators of industrial related, climate change devastation; such accountability and opportunity for justice, already exists within the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court [ICC], that would allow the Paris agreement to be enforced.
In August 2014, the SQP-ICC case construct to prevent climate change was submitted to the I.C.C. by S.Q.P Agency Director, Miriam Clements, which profiled the individual criminal and financial liability for those advancing dirty industry; including those who facilitate or license the continuation of harm. This followed the development of this legal argument over three different cases accepted by the court to defend the Amazon Rainforest and indigenous communities from industrial destruction; one basis of information submission against the Directors of Shell for drilling the Arctic for Oil and one submission against those responsible for the mass mining expansion in Australia which will bring about the terminal devastation of the Great Barrier Reef.
In 2016, the I.C.C. finally announced that they will in the future utilise the Rome Statute to prosecute environmental destruction, which has been the purpose of the S.Q.P submissions to the court, the United Nations and leaders across the world for many years.
In May 2017, the International Criminal Court accepted the legal argument authored by Clements, which could criminalise and hold the directors of the 50 carbon majors companies financially liable, for the cost of their environmental destruction, which occurs within the ordinary course of events of their developments.
Facilitators are liable for their awareness that unsustainable industrial activity will inflict conditions of life that bring about the physical [ health, environmental and economic ] destruction of national groups, within the ordinary course of events. Clements has also proposed to the I.C.C. the unique one word change to the interpretation text that would allow ecosystems like the Rainforest and Coral Reefs to be considered as National Groups without causality to human harm; but recognising that their direct devastation has irreparable consequences to the sustainability of life on earth.
* If the profits generated by dirty industry over the years, are assumed by governments under this existing law, during a voluntary transition phase of private industry, it would contribute essential financing to the 230+ trillion required to afford a global clean energy conversion. [ global energy demand requires 38 trillion in investment for a 20% energy supply increase by 2035. Therefore 230 trillion may roughly equate to the cost of a total industry conversion for the energy supply that remains sourced from harmful extraction ]
* Global sustainable industry definitions need revision to exclude harmful developments such as hydroelectric dams, which destroy river based ecosystems and pose humanitarian threat to communities.
* Industries such as Agriculture can begin to voluntarily profile their transition that this existing law suggests is inevitable.
•Existing clean-tech provides less profitable but immediately possible alternatives. Lower profits will be accepted by investors, if clean industry is their only legal choice.
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A summary of the S.Q.P.-I.C.C. context that is currently under review by the International Criminal Court:
The original 2014 profile submitted to the court and the U.N.:
Other cases which profile the S.Q.P.-I.C.C. Context:
to the Paris Agreement
GAIN A PREEMPTIVE UNDERSTANDING OF THE LEGISLATIVE POWER UNDER EXISTING LAW THAT IS CAPABLE TO DETERMINE AN 'END TO THE ERA' IN WHICH A PERSON CAN PROFIT FROM HARM INFLICTED UPON OTHERS OR PROFIT WHEN CONTAMINATION IS CAUSED WITHIN THE ORDINARY COURSE OF EVENTS OF THEIR INDUSTRY, WHERE YOU MAY BE ACCUSTOMED TO NO ACCOUNTABILITY.
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