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My point is simply that demonising fossils is not helpful in our pursuit of achieving sustainability. Likewise, so is neglecting the importance of leveraging fossils to get there.No one refers to biomass emissions as "fossil fuel", because they're not. Neither is firewood, or charcoal, or cow farts. Those are all things that are part of the natural carbon cycle.
Methane contributes to the greenhouse effect far more than CO2, so thank you for repurposing that waste.
I for one absolutely do not buy into the media propagated fearmongering of a impending anthropogenic climate catastrophe. Fossils are actually "renewable" if you apply the appropriate timescale or technology. But that doesn't stop me knowing that pumping fossil fuel emissions from underground into our atmosphere via unclean and un-efficient combustion is something we should stop as soon as we can.
The biggest hurdle is how fake currency promotes the use of unethical distribution of centralised fossil based energy. If we overcome that, renewables is easy, but sustainability is still a way off.