The Wall Street Journal‘s Editorial Board writes about Germany’s radical heating law that has been stalled.
- A vote for Germany’s Buildings Energy Act, which would force families to replace their home heating systems with greener alternatives, has been postponed to November after constituent backlash on the bill.
- Top-down climate policies are costly for consumers and often have several unintended environmental consequences.
- If Germany wants to truly limit its carbon emissions, it should reopen its closed nuclear plants and embrace solutions rooted in economic freedom.
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