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Soon we won’t even be able to use the old bullock dray – the methane emissions

3 March 2020

4:00 PM

3 March 2020

4:00 PM

The political madness of Britain committing itself to a net-zero emissions target by 2050 has been highlighted by David van Gend in an excellent article in this week’s The Spectator Australia 

A full copy of the report that inspired the policy, Absolute Zero—published by no less than Cambridge University—which van Gend referred to in his piece can be found here 

Like many, I was shocked to read that it clearly outlines how British citizens need to ‘stop using aeroplanes’ as well as ‘stop eating beef and lamb’.

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