My Sunday Telegraph article on the need for realism about carbon dioxide targets: If the British government declared the abolition of sin by 2050, com…
My Sunday Telegraph article on the need for realism about carbon dioxide targets: If the British government declared the abolition of sin by 2050, commentators would be rightly cynical. The announcement last week that Britain will enact a net-zero carbon target for 2050 was instead welcomed, especially by “faith leaders”. Yet without specifying how it is to be achieved, setting this target is about as wishful as pledging to eliminate sin. It is not just a matter of cost – although £1 trillion is not small change (if you had been spending a pound a second and had now reached £1 trillion, you would have had to start when Neanderthals were still on the scene).
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