Sleeping Hydrocarbon Giant

1 hour ago, Marina Schwarz said:

We're doomed. Doomed-er. 

PANIC !

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Meanwhile in Katowice...

"Society is ready, businesses are ready, people are ready, but governments seem to have been taken prisoner by gas, oil, coal, nuclear energy, the auto industry, and in the end they aren't meeting the needs of the people," he said. From here.

I'm clearly not part of society, then, because I'm not ready to spend every cent I make on organic certified food, EV, and power from all-renewable sources. And I seriously doubt I'm the only one. You know France, Yannick Jadot?

Edit: He IS French! Oh, the irony.

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24 minutes ago, Marina Schwarz said:

Meanwhile in Katowice...

"Society is ready, businesses are ready, people are ready, but governments seem to have been taken prisoner by gas, oil, coal, nuclear energy, the auto industry, and in the end they aren't meeting the needs of the people," he said. From here.

I'm clearly not part of society, then, because I'm not ready to spend every cent I make on organic certified food, EV, and power from all-renewable sources. And I seriously doubt I'm the only one. You know France, Yannick Jadot?

Edit: He IS French! Oh, the irony.

Yannick Jadot was the Green party candidate for the 2017 presidential election but he withdraw his candidacy to endorse the socialist candidate Benoit Hamon.

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He is aware of the yellow vest protests, I trust? Yes, we established they are not just about the tax hike but things are related. Which makes the above statement so out of touch with reality, it's scary.

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Peat is a fuel and should be viewed as such, it is a useful commodity in farming and as fuel. Possibly also for ethanol and other uses. We may need to use before it turns into methane and escapes into the atmosphere. 

http://www.peatsociety.org/peatlands-and-peat/global-peat-resources-country

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