EPA mandates that new coal plants prevent nonexistent climate problem with unavailable solution

Carl Erickson writes at Forbes:

Am I missing something? Now, as the UN’s IPCC frantically attempts to explain how its alarmist predictions based upon theoretical climate models got it so wrong, the EPA has issued a new regulatory assault on coal to prevent…yup…a climate crisis. And the solution? Well, the problem is, that is if there really ever had been a problem at all, that while it is mandated, it hasn’t been invented yet.

And just why did EPA ever think they needed a nonexistent solution in the first place? Very simply, because the IPCC told them so…even though their own internal study on the matter concluded otherwise.

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