Ross Clark has written a new book in which he dissects the policy of achieving net zero CO2 emissions by 2050. Below is a link to an interview with Ross (sound only) in which he explains the inconsistency and the foolishness of committing to the arbitrary target while other nations carry on emitting. This is an important book and interview.
Its the fossil fuel strategy to delay the inevitable of the losing of their wealth market. The leaders of Net Zero will either be the United States and Europe or it will be the Asian Countries. That is its own future market wealth on the horizon. The world is now in an accelerating transition that is inevitable now. Either be a part of it or be left behind.ReplyDelete
Net zero is raising energy costs and costing jobs. China and India are not following this path. Of course they will pay lip service to it in the hope of big handouts. The world is definitely not united on this, that's for sure.ReplyDelete
China is investing more into RE than US and Britain together.ReplyDelete
China is also investing in coal fired power stations in a big way.ReplyDelete