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ENERGY COSTS ARE AT THE ROOT OF CLIMATE CHANGE POLICY DISAGREEMENTS

Posted 6 June 2017

"By withdrawing the United States from the Paris Agreement President Trump has put the burden of proof on those private investors and nation states that believe renewable energy is economically beneficial. Far from being a disaster, this is a step towards a reasonable and spontaneously attractive climate change policy. LIke many of those vilified for their views on the subject of climate change, President Trump is more of an energy policy skeptic than an anti-rational 'denier' of atmospheric science. He senses, and with good reason, that the aggregate of energy policies proposed to mitigate climate change brings with it the threat of major wealth destruction and a reversal of several centurieds of exponential increases in human well-being." Dr John Constable writes for the Global Warming Policy Foundation, UK.

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