from Kerry Lutz's Financial Survival Network
Steve Goreham returns to discuss:
Misguided Focus on Carbon Dioxide: Goreham challenges the prevailing view of carbon dioxide as a pollutant, questioning its classification and impact on climate change.
Net Zero by 2050 – A Flawed Goal: The conversation explores why aiming for net zero emissions by 2050 might not be the most effective approach for addressing environmental concerns.
Electric Vehicle Market Challenges: An in-depth look at the obstacles facing the electric vehicle industry, including technological, infrastructural, and economic barriers.
Renewable Energy Transition Complexities: Goreham and Lutz discuss the difficulties in transitioning to renewable energy sources, highlighting the limitations and realities of current technologies.
Subsidies for Green Initiatives: Examination of the role of subsidies in promoting electric vehicles and renewable energy, and whether these incentives are truly beneficial.
Critique of Current Environmental Policies: A critical analysis of measures like banning plastic straws and demonizing carbon dioxide, questioning their effectiveness and impact.
Microgrids as a Potential Solution: The episode delves into how microgrids could offer a solution for stabilizing unstable grids and storing alternative energy, presenting a different angle on energy management.
‘Green Breakdown’ Book Information: Details on how to obtain Steve Goreham’s book, “Green Breakdown,” including purchasing options and additional resources for readers.
Lutz and Goreham wrap up the discussion by emphasizing the need for a more nuanced and practical approach to environmental policy, urging listeners to consider the broader implications of current strategies and to explore alternative solutions.
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