Climate change may no longer be a fashionable thing to talk about or have an interest in. In fact, it seems to have gained ‘Marmite’ status around the world. But whether or not you believe in it, and there are plenty in both camps at any given point in time, it’s worth noting that 194 developed and developing countries around the world – including the UK, the US, the rest of Europe, China and India – devote a lot of time, money and political capital towards achieving global action.
Why? Because they share a common desire to prevent the damaging effects of this most unpredictable and potentially devastating spectre.
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I bumped into Marc Morano early on at last week’s Heartland Institute Denia-palooza. Much to my surprise, despite the fact I’ve lambasted him a number of times in videos, he readily agreed to an interview.
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In an interview with India Ink, Dr. Pachauri sounded a note of caution about the energy future of India, saying, “If we continue with business as usual in India, by 2031-32 we will be importing 750 million tons of oil and 1,300 million tons of coal. Where are we going to get all that from?”