This looks like an attempt to give a facade of democratic respectability to yet more madcap anti-CO2 nonsense from the UK government. How much can the country take before economic rot sets in?
By Paul Homewood
Letters are being sent to 30,000 households across the UK inviting people to join a citizens’ assembly on climate change.
Once participants are selected, the assembly will meet next year, with the outcome of their discussions reported back to Parliament.
The initiative, set up by cross party MPs, will look at what members of the public can do to reduce CO2.
The UK government has committed to cut carbon emissions to net zero by 2050.
Rachel Reeves, chair of the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee, one of six select committees who commissioned the climate assembly, said a clear roadmap was needed to achieve this goal.
“Finding solutions which are equitable and have public support will be crucial,” she said.
“Parliament needs to work with the people and with government to address the challenge of climate change.”
The invitees to Climate Assembly UK have…
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November 3, 2019 at 03:04AM