Today, world leaders wrapped up their annual two-day G7 summit in Germany.
In their final communiqué, they committed to a no-carbon economy by 2100.
Nothing like setting political deadlines for policy targets decades after your death.
Ironically, the world’s largest emitter – China – wasn’t invited.
Harper’s already been criticized for “begrudgingly” going along with the declaration.
But the truth is, Canada and Japan were the only nations at the table who were the least bit honest.
Maybe by 2100, the global economy will have completely shifted away from fossil fuels and onto wind and solar energy. Maybe.
But if that happens, it will have been because of technological advancement, not because some politicians made a statement in Germany in 2015.
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