Do you ever feel good when someone won’t tell you how much something costs – something you have to pay for? No? Me neither.
Last week, the National Observer, one of the voices of environmental activism in Canada, published an article entitled Natural Resources Canada probes net zero affordability.
As I continue to offer comment on the whole Net Zero by 2050 discussion, I am starting with a series of pieces to lay some groundwork. My recent blog, Net Zero Part One: Defining the Terms explained the challenges with the language used by the “Net Zero” lobby. Today’s blog digs a bit further on the problematic language behind the Net Zero by 2050 agenda.
The Michigan government-imposed deadline has come, and Enbridge – with more courage than our federal government – has said no to shutting down their Line 5 pipeline, despite what Michigan Governor Whitmer demands.
“Net Zero by 2050” is all over the news these days. Countries, international organizations, corporations, cities and other entities are making grand commitments to the idea.
May 12th is less than a week away. And Canadians should care a lot, as that is the deadline set by Michigan’s Democratic Party Governor Gretchen Whitmer to shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline.