Money and Business with Samuel Ezerzer: It’s Politics, Not Science, Driving Climate Change Mania? With Lord Monckton

Samuel Ezerzer

Program Name: Money and Business with Samuel Ezerzer

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4 Responses to Money and Business with Samuel Ezerzer: It’s Politics, Not Science, Driving Climate Change Mania? With Lord Monckton

  1. Catya says:

    Renewable energies are so expensive because our government is not yet ready to subsidize and invest seriously into sustainable projects; it is making too much money in the oil sands industry to bother, releasing more CO2 in the process than the rest of the country in a day. The reason why diversifying our energy resources and investing in sustainable energies is important is purely survivalist. Diversity saves. Oil and gas is LIMITED, and extraction procedures are far from perfect. Nuclear is a stand-alone winner; ask Japan. Clean groundwater is also LIMITED, even more-so by our continued expansion of the Alberta oil sands industry and with the more recent shale fracking industry.

    It is completely irrelevant to say that it is cleaner to burn coal today than one hundred years ago without addressing the ongoing issues in its extraction. Often developing countries pay the greatest environmental price and suffer the greatest human health consequences due to unregulated dirty extraction procedures (China coal for example).

    No form of energy production is perfect, but isn’t it worth investing and refining ways to produce sustainable energy before we use every last drop of oil or contaminate the last aquifer of drinkable groundwater to burn shale gas? My generation thinks so. A lot of us also don’t care whether or not the planet is heating up because of us, but we are aware that consumerist habits ARE, and that regardless, there is something we can, and should, do about that.

    • sam says:

      thank you for leaving a comment , how did you like the show?
      sam

    • Dollops - Eric Doll says:

      What issues with coal and oilsands extraction? Have you visited the reclaimed lands after the mine has moved on? You should see the results before making gratuitous slurs against those highly responsible industries. “(your) generation ..” should show some vision by encouraging the continuation of human progress made possible by accessing as much reliable and cost effective energy as possible. Future generations will build upon the foundations laid down today; God help them if they have to make do with wind and solar which are both impractical as Lord Monckton and others continually explain.

  2. sam says:

    how are you catya ? thank you for commenting
    how did you like part 1 of our show?

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