Biomass out, nuclear energy in | Columns

It is good that the European Commission presented a plan for climate policy last week. Those who pretend there is no problem with the climate are wrong. That doesn’t mean it’s the right plan. In this plan, 60% of the sustainable energy is the combustion of biomass. This does not result in a reduction of CO₂ emissions. It is a paper Brussels reality to reason: ‘we have agreed that we do not count the emissions of biomass’. That is just as crooked as the reasoning: ‘we can’t stop burning trees because then we won’t achieve the climate targets’.

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