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Climate change: CO2 emissions fall in 18 countries with strong policies, study finds


Climate change: CO2 emissions fall in 18 countries with strong policies, study finds26-02-2019 15:50
Tai Hai Chen
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"You develop the policies, you fund them, and then you get emission decreases"

https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/climate-change-co2-emissions-fall-in-18-countries-with-strong-policies-study-finds-1.5032468

The key here is solar and wind are subsidized. They are not economical in free market. Which is why they were never used despite solar technology being available since the 1960s used on spacecrafts for power generation.
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26-02-2019 18:15
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
"You develop the policies, you fund them, and then you get emission decreases"

https://www.cbc.ca/news/technology/climate-change-co2-emissions-fall-in-18-countries-with-strong-policies-study-finds-1.5032468

The key here is solar and wind are subsidized. They are not economical in free market. Which is why they were never used despite solar technology being available since the 1960s used on spacecrafts for power generation.


The unwritten part of this story is the power shortages caused by such policies.


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