The Vermont Climate Plan

Vermont generates 0.03% of the world’s CO2 emissions, and they are going to save the planet by reducing them even further.

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2 Responses to The Vermont Climate Plan

  1. Scott K Jonas says:

    In the late 80’s I joined the Washington National Guard after college, and many states sponsored National Guard biathlon teams. Every other year in February we met for the national championships at Camp Ethan Allen, Vermont just north of Burlington. It was always quite cold at night (sometimes subzero), and as best I know it still is. One year we went across the border to Lake Placid to watch some world cup biathlon races. It’s even colder there, even though it’s a low elevation. I wonder why they don’t mind letting things warm up a bit. I guess they must like the cold, although I wonder if they understand that it takes a lot more energy to warm things up than it does to cool things down.

  2. Gamecock says:

    ‘Vermont generates 0.03% of the world’s CO2 emissions’

    [citation needed]

    Nature produces >96% of the world’s CO2 emissions. Man produces <4%. Vermont generating 0.03% would put them on par with the entirety of the UK. I don't believe it. They are more likely down to three decimal places.

    "It's even worse than we thought." They will destroy their economy to reduce CO2 emissions by 0.006% (est.).

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