So You're In Favor Of Climate Mitigation?

I hereby declare that anybody that can come up with a mitigation plan different than “a shot in the dark ruining us and the children for sure and with a slight chance of getting the grandchildren marginally better” will get my unconditional support.

I don’t think such a plan exist, otherwise black carbon would already be a thing of the past.

0 Replies to “So You're In Favor Of Climate Mitigation?”

  1. I love the response given by Prince Philip in his 90th Birthday interview with the BBC’s Fiona Bruce when asked whether he supported ‘green’ policy.

    His response? He is not a ‘ Bunny Hugger ‘

    Thank goodness that despite all his efforts and successes in the field of the environment and in conservation over the decades he still recognises facts from fiction.

  2. Green isn’t working – as we all knew it would not. But, since the greens and politicians are still in a bubble of delusion and denial at the moment it might be a good moment to start the conversation on, “Life after green”. I think this would give us all a sense of taking the lead, being in control with a set of targets to aim for.

    If we are to gain power we need to have our own set of answers ready to fill the green void.

    I would be interested to know “What life after or post-green” would be like?
    Would we gain some degree of control over energy prices?
    Would energy become as cheap as a glass of water?
    Would sustainability be kicked into the recycle bin of history’s bad ideas?
    Would there be a new age of prosperity and innovation, because we ditched the “sustainability” mantra – where anything is possible due to affordable energy?
    Would there be a new age of enlightenment, which is more optimistic?
    How would we re-interpret human-kind’s relationship to nature?
    Would we prove that this is not the ‘End of history’?

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