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COPOUT26 — Face, farce and fiction, from Greta to Trudeau to Modi
There is no way to remove fossil-fuel emissions from the world without causing economic chaos.
Posted in Alternative Energy, Clean Coal, Climate Change, Coal, Costs, Benefits and Risks, Fossil Fuels Tagged China, climate, COP26, fossil fuels, net zero Leave a comment
Planet Earth is healthier than ever, thanks to global warming
C02, while a blessing to Earth’s ecology, has been a curse to Earth’s economy.
Taking green seriously
(July 20, 2012) A new report finds the provincial government’s renewable energy policies are jeopardizing Ontario’s economy and inflicting unnecessary environmental costs and health risks on communities. Continue reading
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The Politics of Alternative Energy (3): The Need for Public Ownership of the Carbon “Idea”
(July 4, 2011) “If in the long run we are the makers of our own fate, in the short run we are the captives of the ideas we have created”. These words of economist and political philosopher Friedrich Hayek’s today resonate loudly in the carbon “idea” – that the West should fast-track a low-carbon economy no matter what the socio-economic cost. Continue reading
Posted in Alternative Energy, Climate Change, Fossil Fuels, Renewables Tagged carbon, carbon emission targets, carbon emissions, carbon reduction goals, climate, CO2 issues, cost issues, decarbonisation, domestic fuel bills, fossil fuel energy, fuel poverty, green taxes, Lawrence Solomon, lower-carbon economy, Michael J. Economides, Peter C. Glover, Renewable Energy, Sam Laidlaw, utility cost, wind farms Leave a comment