Climate Feedback

Back in the land of unintended consequences

Last year on Climate Feedback, Kevin Vranes wrote about some of the unintended consequences of climate policy – namely how the Kyoto Protocol’s Clean Development Mechanism was increasing greenhouse gas emissions through the burning of HCF-23 in developing countries – as well as increasing ozone-depleting chemicals in the atmosphere. Now, the drive to tackle climate change – and fast – has landed us back in the land of unintended consequences, though for a whole host of other reasons. A few particularly noteworthy examples have come across my radar in the past couple of weeks. First up, is the increasing demand 


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