We are witnessing how bad economic policies in Europe are threatening the world’s economy.
We are also witnessing how Europe’s policies on climate change and global warming are being forced on the rest of the world, including the United States.
The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) new report is all about cutting CO2 emissions. Its title, Energy Technology Perspectives 2012, 2°C Scenario tells the whole story. The focus of the IEA is on cutting CO2 emissions so as to keep temperatures from rising 2 degrees C, ergo 2°C in the title.
The United States is a member of the IEA, so why does the IEA adopt, as its reference point, the ideas generated in Europe? And why should the United States adopt the failed policies of Europe?
The IEA’s Tracking Clean Energy report says that CO2 levels are based on the “internationally agreed objective of limiting global temperature rise…
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