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Letters: decarbonisation is futile

9 March 2024

9:00 AM

9 March 2024

9:00 AM

What’s the point?

Sir: Your editorial (‘Net loss’, 2 March) sets out how the decarbonisation industry is a net drain on the British economy. While you mention that the UK has already decarbonised faster than any other European country, the fact that the UK produces less than 1 per cent of global carbon emissions to start with means that even if we became carbon neutral overnight, it would have precisely no impact on global climate change.

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