‘Clean Energy’ Is Cooling The Economy And Damaging The Environment
By Dino Falaschetti, Ph.D., and Matthew Denhart
“Better safe than sorry.”
Many people take this advice to heart, especially when it comes to environmental regulations. Policymakers have eagerly supported pre emptive green measures like clean energy subsidies without first waiting for scientific verification or considering their broader economic costs.
After all, who wants to be “sorry” when it comes to environmental degradation? “No one” is the easy answer, especially when someone else is picking up the bill.
However, as we continue to pile precautionary energy policies onto a struggling economy, we’re bumping into an inconvenient truth. Boosting “clean” energy is damaging the economy — and, ironically, the environment.
That’s not precautionary — that’s risky!
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