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Of Course Energy and Climate Policies Don’t “Adapt Fast Enough”
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Comment:Visions, a mostly European project of Shell Oil in which they try to generate conversation about various energy-related policy questions, occasionally asks me for input.

They did again recently on the question of whether governments’ energy and climate policies were adapting fast enough.

In my response, I argue (1) that adapting fast enough is impossible for government, (2) they have no idea what they’re adapting to, and (3) that so-called energy and climate policies are large economic negatives for developed nations because government is often incentivized to oppose the private sector.

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