Quill Robinson writes in Reason on Germany’s failed bid to be the global climate leader.
- While Germany’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions was well-intentioned, its implementation has been disastrous.
- Germany is projected to miss its carbon emissions goals for at least the next two year as the government has shut down nuclear power in favor of renewables and Russian natural gas.
- While renewables certainly have a role to play, markets, not governments, should be picking energy winners and losers.
- Global leaders should learn from Germany’s mistakes and reduce emissions through market forces and economic freedom.
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