Ralph Schoellhammer writes in Newsweek about the Dutch farmers’ protests.
- Farmers in the Netherlands are protesting stringent climate change rules that would regulate many farms out of business.
- The Netherlands is the second largest agricultural exporter in the world.
- Limiting the Dutch’s ability to grow food will have rippling effects to global food supply and inflation.
- While curbing emissions is important, it must be done by accelerating innovation and economic freedom, not top-down government mandates.
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