Climate Cult Releases Report Stating What It’ll Take To Go Net Zero

Climate cultists are welcome to do these things in their own life. Otherwise, they can mind their own f’ing business. Stop trying to control everyone’s lives

New report spells out what it’ll take for the world to go net-zero

U.S. Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry caused a stir over the weekend, telling the BBC that half of carbon emissions cuts in the coming decades will come from technologies “we don’t yet have.” (snip)

Now a new report by the International Energy Association, or IEA, has added new data to the fray. For the first time ever, the IEA modeled what it would take for the world to achieve a net-zero emissions energy system by 2050 and still have a 50 percent chance of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees Fahrenheit).

The IEA’s road map, which was released Tuesday, includes an unprecedented deployment of existing technologies over the next decade: Renewable energy and electric vehicles would be scaled up faster and more extensively than they have been in many previous net-zero models.

In this version of the future, the sale of new gas-powered cars ends everywhere in the world by 2035. Ninety percent of global electricity generation comes from renewable sources by 2050. Our cars and buildings and industrial processes become so efficient — thanks to lighter materials, energy-saving appliances, and innovations like waste heat recovery — that, by 2050, the global economy will be 40 percent larger than it is today, but use 7 percent less energy.

Yeah, good luck with that. Pipe dream. Pie in the sky. No way all the products will be shipped around the world without fossil fuels. No way solar and wind provides 93% of the energy used today. Here’s where it gets real ful

Unlike most existing road maps to net zero, the IEA’s model also involves humankind making significant behavioral changes. In fact, 55 percent of the emissions cuts the IEA outlines require at least some active engagement by everyday people, whether that’s installing a solar-powered water heater or switching to an electric vehicle. About 8 percent of emissions cuts come from more pervasive lifestyle changes, like shifting away from single-use plastics, driving less, flying less, and adjusting the temperatures of our homes to limit heating and cooling.

By “active engagement” they mean “you will be forced to comply.” Like to keep the AC at 72 and heat at 69? Nope. 80 and 58. If you can afford it at all due to the high cost of electricity.

But even with these behavioral changes and a hard-to-fathom scale-up of existing technology in place, about half of the world’s energy-related emissions would remain unmitigated. In other words, the IEA’s analysis aligns with what Kerry told the BBC: To get to net-zero, we’ll need to scale up clean, continually running power sources like geothermal plants and small nuclear reactors, as well as develop better batteries that can store energy for months at a time. We’ll need trucks and ships and planes that can run on hydrogen fuel or biofuels. And we’ll need new industrial processes to produce essential materials like steel and concrete.

Yeah, basically they’re relying on stuff that doesn’t exist, expecting Other People to create it with their money and/or government taking the money to create it. Things that there really is no demand for. Not too mention that most Warmists are against nuclear.

But, really, the one thing they can do is control your lives and take your money easily. If you let them.

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3 Responses to “Climate Cult Releases Report Stating What It’ll Take To Go Net Zero”

  1. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    Is this cult organization, the International Energy Association (IEA), the same cult org that deniers touted a week of so ago for pointing out the growing mineral resources needs to support EVs?

    So they’re both a cult AND a source for reliable information for deniers! It’s like magic!

    Relax, deniers. Although every government, scientific organization, major religion and corporation pays lip service to slowing global warming, little is being done. Be assured that future generations will be forced by circumstances to adjust to sweltering Earth.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      Rimjob, dipshit that he is, gives another of his alarmist predictions based on his inability to comprehend the written word.
      But he uses all the key words:
      cult, deniers, sweltering, every scientific yada yada …

      Kinda like johnnie retard, er… Kerry.

      The International Energy Agency, the world’s pre-eminent source of energy information for governments, has entered the political debate over whether the U.S. should spend trillions of dollars to accelerate the energy transition favored by the Biden administration. You know, the plan to use far more “clean energy” and far less hydrocarbons—the oil, natural gas and coal that today supply 84% of global energy needs. The IEA’s 287-page report released this month, “The Role of Critical Minerals in Clean Energy Transitions,” is devastating to those ambitions. A better title would have been: “Clean Energy Transitions: Not Soon, Not Easy and Not Clean.”

      Bwaha! Lolgf

    • Jl says:

      Why yes, because science is decided by a show of hands….

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