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The sharp decline since Paris

14 September 2022

4:00 AM

14 September 2022

4:00 AM

Returning from the 2015 Paris Agreement, former Clinton Energy chief Joe Romm, proclaimed:

‘You know, change happens slowly, until it happens quickly.’

He was talking about climate ‘guru’ Michael Mann declaring that the Paris Agreement signalled the end of ‘the age of fossil fuels’.

Of course, there was a major speed bump along that road in the form of Donald Trump, who commenced dismantling the subsidies and regulations that were forcing this rapid change in the world’s biggest economy.

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