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November 24, 2009


larry smith

The IEA says that an extra $500 billion a year needs to be spent on clean energy, but this cost will be largely offset by economic, health and energy-security benefits.

What will send the economy nose-diving again is rising demand for oil and higher oil prices (if we take a business as usual approach). This was one of the key triggers of the recession in the first place.

The goal is green growth - which means innovation.

Go peddle your conspiracy theories elsewhere.

Rick Lowe

Here's some interesting comment from a blog at the Financial Times about "Climategate".



This site provides a decent analysis of the issues surrounding the hacked emails of the East Anglia climate scientists. Provides links to their sources and the hacked emails themselves.


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