At least 140 private jets are expected to transport the VIPs and more than 1,200 limos have been hired - but only five are electric or eco-friendly hybrids.But don't fret. They've bought their offset indulgences so they're free to bun all that extra carbon to power their limos.
Copenhagen's biggest limo company said: "We haven't got enough limos in the country.
"We are having to drive them in hundreds of miles from Germany and Sweden."
40,500 tonnes of CO2 produced by the summit will be offset by replacing high-polluting brick kilns in Bangladesh with 20 new, efficient onesOf course, this is all in aid of their making phony promises about how they're going to cut carbon emissions 80% in 2050. These politicians all know that they're not going to do any such thing. But jetting in on their private jets and riding in their limos is well worth it if they can have a good PR moment. After all, doing all this by video conference just wouldn't make as nice a photo op.