Actually, fossil fuels won’t stay ‘in the ground’

The UK MailOnline has an article that should brighten Canadian spirits—at least those in Western Canada. Environmentalists have taken to throwing around the claim that the world must leave its fossil fuel resources “in the ground.” They’re doing this as much from a sense of wishful thinking, as a desire to scare off those who might invest in fossil fuel development or transport, and governments that might approve such development.But in the article, John Kemp neatly refutes the idea that the world is going to leave most of its fossil fuels reserves in the ground, as well as refuting the

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