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More"green" businesses defaulting

Discussion in 'Business & Economics' started by dogtowner, Aug 15, 2017.

  1. dogtowner

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    http://fortune.com/2017/03/14/germany-renewable-clean-energy-solar/

    More like 32% and doubling costs while greenhouse gasses continue to rise. But I suppose Fortune is fake news while the unbiased CleanTechnica is gospel.

    Thank goodness the greenhouse effect is a lie and doesn't matter.
     
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    Renewables are a good thing, but with this North Korean threat, we might see nuclear problems erasing all the progress.
     
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    Tell that to the ones suffering the more powerful hurricanes due to rising ocean temperatures, and more water vapor. But hey stupid, this is not Germany, and more jobs are being created in the renewable field that in coal by some 4000? You like Fortune so much?

    http://fortune.com/2016/06/13/solar-to-get-crazy-cheap/

    BTW, we have been subsidizing your fossil fuels for over 125 years, and what do the people have to show for it? And then a disaster like Harvey comes along, and who picks up the tab? The American taxpayer, and consumer. And that is another subsidy.

    https://www.theguardian.com/environ...fuel-subsidies-are-a-staggering-5-tn-per-year
     
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    Maybe rising temperatures and also the effect of space on magnetic fields.
     
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