Merkel Sees the Folly of Green Energy Policy
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  • Andrew Allison

    Finally, a reality check. But let’s consider the implications, namely that each and every government will, when push comes to shove, choose competitiveness over CO2 reduction or any other environmental issue.
    Given the demonstrated disconnect between atmospheric CO2 and temperature, isn’t it time to stop thinking about how to reduce emissions of CO2 and start thinking about living with climate change

    • Brian H

      Which climate change? Aside from the assumed, unsupported claims of the IPCC’s models, there isn’t any deviation from natural processes. Though those may be heading in an unexpected and very costly direction — cooling. Are we resilient enough to “live with” that?

  • Atanu Maulik

    The faith of green faithful in their green gods seems to be very weak.

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