Today’s post is unusual in that it is short and does not provide fresh, home-made analysis using data. Instead, I would like to alert you to a couple of articles I’ve been reading online and which I enjoyed very much.
In my first post, I pointed out that global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions had increased every year since 1965 and that the relationship between economic growth and those emissions was very solid and relatively stable over time. In this new post, I will try to provide some more background on why that is the case.
I’d like to tell you about inertia. Inertia is a very powerful thing and it is wrecking us at the moment.