Let them eat carbon cited in the Lords

September 09, 2011 10:10 AM

In chapter eight of Let them eat carbon I look at why major developing economies that emit far more greenhouse gases than Britain aren't going to follow our lead.  And at politicians' farcical attempts to buy their support with our money.  One example of that is the Clean Development Mechanism, and earlier this week Lord Reay discussed at that scheme in Parliament, citing the book and saying it "dissects brilliantly most of the ramifications of renewable energy policies."

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For more information about the Clean Development Mechanism, and other climate change policies, read the book (now also available on Kindle).In chapter eight of Let them eat carbon I look at why major developing economies that emit far more greenhouse gases than Britain aren't going to follow our lead.  And at politicians' farcical attempts to buy their support with our money.  One example of that is the Clean Development Mechanism, and earlier this week Lord Reay discussed at that scheme in Parliament, citing the book and saying it "dissects brilliantly most of the ramifications of renewable energy policies."

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For more information about the Clean Development Mechanism, and other climate change policies, read the book (now also available on Kindle).

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