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LarouchePAC publish an interesting viewpoint, pointing out that the current drive for "zero carbon" will probably have serious consequences for the population (should the Covid menace spare any of us).

As always it's the poor and needy who will bear the brunt, but the zero carbon push seems to fail before it's even got going due to the impossibility of mining enough of the prerequisite key minerals (required by current technology).

the world doesn’t have the capacity to meet such demand

In addition:

"they require far higher physical inputs (capital goods, labor) to produce a given amount of energy for the economy (when compared with coal, natural gas, or nuclear)"

Inefficiency (equals higher costs) is inbuilt.

"The current world population—at present living standards (as inadequate as they are)—simply can not be supported by this type of green energy program"

Still, best not let inconvenient facts get in the way of UN Agenda 2030 . . .   brought to you by those who would use the Covid-19 situation to drive in the green agenda ("Build Back Better") whist we are all distracted by the very apparent holes in the ever-mutating Covid narrative.

LarouchePAC has the story.