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Is Britain really becoming green? 12:47 - Nov 6 with 1580 viewspencoedjack

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Similar to mining in Merthyr we will import the coal we could be extracting ourselves.

Makes us look green on paper but in reality we are loosing jobs & paying more to import.
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 13:53 - Nov 6 with 1558 viewsJoesus_Of_Narbereth

Green with envy when we look at other countries doing things sensibly.

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Is Britain really becoming green? on 14:24 - Nov 6 with 1547 viewsWhiterockin

Is Britain really becoming green? on 13:53 - Nov 6 by Joesus_Of_Narbereth

Green with envy when we look at other countries doing things sensibly.


Exactly, why the rush to have the kudos to say we are leading the word, when we can ill afford it. It's you and me who are paying through the nose to maintain the politicians ego. Yes by all means have a greener environment, but at a sustainable pace. The rest of the world are laughing at us and taking advantage of our stupidity. The UK/Wales are already starting to backtrack and put back deadlines, common sense from the start would have been better.
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 20:37 - Nov 10 with 1399 viewsRhonddaSwans

green around the gills with all the libtards wanting to become a 3rd world country for technology that is hundreds of years away....
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 12:55 - Nov 11 with 1347 viewsBryanSwan

Tata will be gone mostly by the summer next year and completely within 5 years. Thatll be all our steel manufacturing outsourced to India and China increasing pollution due to the added transportation.
Also pretty worrying to leave us once again with no domestic manufacturing to be held at gunpoint by India and China, they are cheap now but just wait till we have no option but to buy from them.

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Is Britain really becoming green? on 14:08 - Nov 11 with 1337 viewsSullutaCreturned

Is Britain really becoming green? on 12:55 - Nov 11 by BryanSwan

Tata will be gone mostly by the summer next year and completely within 5 years. Thatll be all our steel manufacturing outsourced to India and China increasing pollution due to the added transportation.
Also pretty worrying to leave us once again with no domestic manufacturing to be held at gunpoint by India and China, they are cheap now but just wait till we have no option but to buy from them.


Yeag Britain will be green, well the land where our factories used to be will be overgrown anyway.
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 17:58 - Nov 13 with 1243 viewsfelixstowe_jack

A record amount of electricity generated today from green energy peaking as 23.9GW at 11am today as it was both windy and sunny. The national grid had to ask the owners of wind turbines to reduce output as more electricity was being produced that was being used. The wholesale price of electricity actually fell to £0 at 11am.

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Is Britain really becoming green? on 18:04 - Nov 13 with 1240 viewsmax936

Is Britain really becoming green? on 14:24 - Nov 6 by Whiterockin

Exactly, why the rush to have the kudos to say we are leading the word, when we can ill afford it. It's you and me who are paying through the nose to maintain the politicians ego. Yes by all means have a greener environment, but at a sustainable pace. The rest of the world are laughing at us and taking advantage of our stupidity. The UK/Wales are already starting to backtrack and put back deadlines, common sense from the start would have been better.


Spot on WR.

Its madness to strip our ability to produce quality Steel and rely on two Countries that would without doubt be on our enemies side if not our enemy if it came to a War.

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Is Britain really becoming green? on 18:24 - Nov 13 with 1234 viewsJoesus_Of_Narbereth

Every country should strive to be self sufficient in all basic needs. Food, water, fuel, energy, materials. The lure of buying cheap sh 💩 it from abroad made by people on about ten pence an hour is both short sighted and morally repugnant.

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Is Britain really becoming green? on 20:30 - Nov 13 with 1208 viewsSullutaCreturned

Is Britain really becoming green? on 18:24 - Nov 13 by Joesus_Of_Narbereth

Every country should strive to be self sufficient in all basic needs. Food, water, fuel, energy, materials. The lure of buying cheap sh 💩 it from abroad made by people on about ten pence an hour is both short sighted and morally repugnant.


I don't disagree but the drive for green is a fallacy, a lie being perpetrated on us because across the world the major polluters are increasing their output.

Take the USA, there is an advised target for oil prduction to try and keep the global temp rise to 1.5 degrees and the USA has increased oil production by record levels to the point that next year it's expected they overshoot that advice by over 7 BILLION barrels.

The carbon credit schemes are being criticised (literally as I watch by a professor from Berkeley University(Panorama)) and in some schemes it's overstated by up to 20 times.

The UK has allowed new oil fields to be opened and British companies will also break the advice on oil production by around 2.5 billion barrels, Russia 2.7 billion and China 3 billion.
Almost every company is planning new oil and gas fields. So this drive to green that we are being forced into by our politicians is a complete load of nonsense, expensive nonsense for the likes of us.
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 19:07 - Nov 17 with 1103 viewsjacaranda

Is Britain really becoming green? on 20:30 - Nov 13 by SullutaCreturned

I don't disagree but the drive for green is a fallacy, a lie being perpetrated on us because across the world the major polluters are increasing their output.

Take the USA, there is an advised target for oil prduction to try and keep the global temp rise to 1.5 degrees and the USA has increased oil production by record levels to the point that next year it's expected they overshoot that advice by over 7 BILLION barrels.

The carbon credit schemes are being criticised (literally as I watch by a professor from Berkeley University(Panorama)) and in some schemes it's overstated by up to 20 times.

The UK has allowed new oil fields to be opened and British companies will also break the advice on oil production by around 2.5 billion barrels, Russia 2.7 billion and China 3 billion.
Almost every company is planning new oil and gas fields. So this drive to green that we are being forced into by our politicians is a complete load of nonsense, expensive nonsense for the likes of us.


This post is bang on.
We're being hammered for their virtue signalling. I'm all for cheap heating bills and lower fuel costs etc. until everything calms down. It makes sense to make our own rather than rely on others
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 19:13 - Nov 17 with 1091 viewsjacaranda

Also, our little effort means fuc all
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 09:50 - Nov 20 with 1012 viewscontroversial_jack

Whatever we do now, will take a few centuries to have any effect, it's not like turning the room thermostat down. There's no rush at all
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 10:25 - Nov 20 with 1003 viewsScotia

Is Britain really becoming green? on 09:50 - Nov 20 by controversial_jack

Whatever we do now, will take a few centuries to have any effect, it's not like turning the room thermostat down. There's no rush at all


Surely that's exactly why there is a rush?
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 12:58 - Nov 20 with 969 viewscontroversial_jack

Is Britain really becoming green? on 10:25 - Nov 20 by Scotia

Surely that's exactly why there is a rush?


No!
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 13:18 - Nov 21 with 913 viewsfelixstowe_jack

Is Britain really becoming green? on 20:30 - Nov 13 by SullutaCreturned

I don't disagree but the drive for green is a fallacy, a lie being perpetrated on us because across the world the major polluters are increasing their output.

Take the USA, there is an advised target for oil prduction to try and keep the global temp rise to 1.5 degrees and the USA has increased oil production by record levels to the point that next year it's expected they overshoot that advice by over 7 BILLION barrels.

The carbon credit schemes are being criticised (literally as I watch by a professor from Berkeley University(Panorama)) and in some schemes it's overstated by up to 20 times.

The UK has allowed new oil fields to be opened and British companies will also break the advice on oil production by around 2.5 billion barrels, Russia 2.7 billion and China 3 billion.
Almost every company is planning new oil and gas fields. So this drive to green that we are being forced into by our politicians is a complete load of nonsense, expensive nonsense for the likes of us.


Better to use our own oil than import it from the Middle East or Russia.

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Is Britain really becoming green? on 13:34 - Nov 21 with 906 viewscontroversial_jack

Is Britain really becoming green? on 13:18 - Nov 21 by felixstowe_jack

Better to use our own oil than import it from the Middle East or Russia.


Or to import expensive LNG from the US
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Is Britain really becoming green? on 14:37 - Nov 21 with 890 viewsBoundy

Timing is everything , the drive towards rewilding continues apace

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