22 April 2009

Wish I'd said that...

After pointing at research showing that nitrous oxide is a much more potent greenhouse gas than had been thought, 'The Economist' opines that:
T]he case of biofuels shows that without proper consideration of all greenhouse gases, not just CO2, it is too easy to rush headlong into expensive methods of mitigation that actually make things worse. 'Biofools', Economist, 11 April
My title is an ironic references to the many times I've said (this blog, passim) that we urgently need to solve problem of climate change, rather than its supposed causes, about which we do not yet have enough knowledge. For more, see my paper on Climate Stability Bonds.

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