Other jurisdictions have also made commitments to get to net-zero emissions by 2050. Their experiences should be considered for the implementation of the Climate Act.
- The Global Warming Policy Foundation has many reports on net-zero policy problems in Great Britain
- Bringing Britain’s woes to New York?
- “Slow Disaster Playing Out” As Germany Moves To Shut Down 8.5 GW Of Baseload Nuclear Capacity
- Weather Lulls: Germany Forced To Burn 20% More Coal, The Very Energy Source That’s To Be Phased Out
- German Electricity Prices Spiraliing Out of Contol
- Casualties on the Road to Net-Zero
- Andrew Bolt describes the effects of green energy policies on Australia: “Willful ignorance” on climate change is making people “poorer and weaker”.
- Intriguing article on the potential use of small nuclear reactors in Africa
- The high costs and negligible benefits of Ontario’s climate policy – Climate change may turn out to be costly, but that doesn’t mean the cost of inaction, properly measured, is more than zero. The benefits of climate policy are not equal to the entire climate damage estimate; they are equal to the reduction in expected damages attributable to the policy. For Ontario, that number is basically zero, however you do the measuring. Policymakers should start being honest with Ontarians about the cost of continually getting this concept wrong.
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- CLCPA Lessons from Europe September 21, 2021