16 May 2007

Salt in the wound

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As far as the imminent future is concerned, one thing is patently clear: After years of inflated promises that the Kyoto process would not upset their economy, European governments are beginning to realize that the era of cost-free climate hype is coming to an end. In its place, concern is growing that key industries and entire countries will pay a devastating price for Europe’s reckless Kyoto craze.

[…] Furthermore, successive [German] governments have agreed to shut down all nuclear power plants, which account for a third of Germany’s electricity generation.

Why settle for half a loaf when you can have none? Clearly the Greens in Germany don’t.

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