No, no, no, certainly not. The following comes from academician Robert Kuttner writing about carbon (or so he thinks), markets (or so he thinks) and too much freedom (or so he thinks). BTW, ivory is 30% collagen, which contains the “C” word. Not sustainable. Unfortunately, gross ignorance of real science seems to be flourishing.
‘But in the world where we actually live, markets do not produce the “right” price. There are many small examples of this failure, but also three immense ones that should have discredited the libertarian premise by now. Global climate change is the most momentous. The price of carbon-based energy is “correct”—it reflects what consumers will pay and what producers can supply—if you leave out the fact that carbon is destroying a livable planet. Markets are not competent to price this problem. Only governments can do that.’
California’s new global warming tax on fuels starts in 2015 and they are lined up to see the snow. Continue reading
They have a low threshold for absorbing the costs that are measured in billions for compliance.
Marita Noon and her weekly commentary. I cannot improve on it.
New California “carbon” taxes are set to raise fuel prices by as much as $1.30/gallon. If you are a favored industry they will exempt you from environmental rules. Continue reading
NYS wants to shut down Indian Point. Today’s excuse: for the fish.
Indian Point is a complex of two nuclear power plants about 25 miles north of NYC. It supplies roughly one quarter of the baseload power to that area.
NYS Governor Cuomo is on very solid record as wanting to shut it down.
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Here he comes today with two debunks of the media warming ninnies.