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Video: Is the "Green New Deal" Realistic?

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Video: Is the "Green New Deal" Realistic?

March 26, 2019
Energy & EnvironmentTechnology / Infrastructure

In a new report, Mark Mills addresses the popular but problematic idea driving the Green New Deal and similar policy proposals: that America is on the verge of an energy revolution—akin in scale and scope to the tech revolution of Silicon Valley—that will enable 100% replacement of hydrocarbons with green alternatives. An analysis of the constraints imposed by Mother Nature reveals that such a revolution isn’t just unlikely—it’s impossible.

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