By Paul Driessen
We are constantly bombarded with information — much of it inaccurate,
misleading, even deliberately so.
We are frequently told we must reduce carbon emissions, support
“carbon disclosure” and invest in “carbon trusts” — to prevent
catastrophic global warming, global climate change or global climate
“disruption.” News stories, advocacy and lobbying activities, and
corporate “ethics” promotions frequently use “carbon” and “carbon
dioxide” almost interchangeably; some occasionally talk about “dangerous
carbon monoxide emissions.”
Torn by misplaced hydrocarbon guilt, wanting to do right
ecologically, and often scientifically challenged, people are naturally
confused. Because so much is at stake — for our energy supplies and
prices, jobs, economies, living standards, budget deficits and
environment — clearing up that confusion is a high priority.
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