Ron Bailey of Reason writes on the Glasgow Climate Pact.
- The Glasgow Pact, which was signed by close to 200 nations, has been hailed by it signatories as a pathway to keeping global temperatures below 1.5 degrees Celsius by the end of the century.
- The Pact calls for prescriptive mandates and governments picking energy winners and losers.
- As we have seen in the United States, market-driven solutions are the best way to reduce emissions while providing affordable energy to consumers.
- If the world wants to reduce the impacts of climate change, it should turn to solutions that are rooted in economic freedom.
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