275 Net Zero ...When?


Wiliam Fletcher’s book was published a year ago, so Metta asks him what he would change if he were writing it now. He sounds more optimistic than she does.


William Fletcher




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He doesn’t think we’re going to reach net zero in time, but he doesn’t seem to worry if we’re a little late. I think we have to pay as much attention to capturing and sequestering existing GHGs, because we HAVE to get to net zero in time. Otherwise we’re sunk. Maybe we’re sunk anyway.

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