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Energy Transition Efficiency

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The Energy Transition (ET) efficiency for all mankind is the higher, the less its harmful impact to the environment, duration and cost, if the energy needs is satisfied.

But the decisions and actions of the ET Initiators on the road to carbon neutrality in 2050 are aimed at increasing its cost-effectiveness by reducing its environmental cleaner. ET Initiators deliberately ignore the obvious facts and results of well-known scientific research, and refuse to consider, discuss and apply environmentally efficient technologies. ET has received a lot of attention as a means to overcome the crisis after the COVID-19 pandemic and to address social problems. This distracts attention from the ecology.

Consequently, the ET Initiators decided to invest in cost-effective projects without environmental controls before the imminent marginal degradation of the environment. Then they will invest in ecological restoration. The result is "sustainable development", super-profits for investors and a bad environment for humanity.

The suggested solution is to immediately invest in providing the environmental efficiency of ET.

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Matt Chester on Dec 7, 2020

Thanks for sharing, Valery-- I hope you check back in and keep us up to date on progress!

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