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Irony of Ironies: Europes Switches to Coal as US Switch to Gas Drives Down Emissions

Just published at The Commentator (UK), Energy Tribune (US) and Canada Free Press my piece on how (once again) European politics - this time on the key issue of energy - achieves the exact opposite of its goal as the Law of Unintended Consequences kicks in.

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We all agree that buildup of C02 is dangerous for the planet. The problem is that few have come up with a viable solution that will be adopted by enough nations. The US can cut back on burning coal and oil but our efforts will amount to little if China and India and others continue to increase their C02 emissions. There is one solution that everyone can agree on: convert the world’s deserts to forest and grassland. There is a great proposal at : “How to reduce C02 in the air by 8 billion tons per year”. It provides a workable solution that will actually generate a return and be accepted by both developed and underdeveloped nations.

July 25, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterArthur Hughes

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