In response to Andrew Montford: The BBC’s biased guide to renewable energy,

johnnythefish wrote:

I presume in Mrs May’s ‘carbon-free’ Britain some other country will be carrying the carbon burden for the manufacturing, installation, maintenance and replacement of all these unreliables – sorry – renewables, not to mention the environmental impact of mining precious minerals?

And I wonder which will run out first – fossil fuels or precious minerals?

These, and many other awkward questions, the BBC never seems to ask. Wonder why?

Simon Platt wrote:

But, but . . . the anti-CO2 crowd have won the argument. I know that for certain, because John Humphrys himself told me so, just this morning!

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