Ron Bailey of Reason writes that Biden’s climate plans are largely superfluous.
- While climate change has risks that need to be addressed, the Biden administration has looked to tackle the challenge through top-down government solutions.
- The private sector is already investing in green technologies, emissions reduction efforts, and climate-related R&D, without government mandates.
- The government should play an important, yet limited role in tackling climate change through spending on national infrastructure needs, energy R&D, and removing government-imposed obstacles.
- The Biden administration should remove barriers to climate entrepreneurship and empower innovators in the private sector.
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