Danish climate analyst Bjorn Lomborg's latest post: "To tackle climate change, rich nations are promising to end fossil fuel use in 29 years. As this becomes excruciatingly costly, the G7 is now thinking about making the world’s poor pay for it. That will go badly. The rich world has seen incredible development on the back of enormous increases in mostly fossil fuel energy. A couple of hundred years ago, most available power came from backbreaking human work. Even by the end of the 1800s, human labour made up 94 per cent of all industrial work in the US. Today, it constitutes just 8 per cent...Despite green protestations, rich people still get 79 per cent of their energy from fossil fuels. Ending that will be hard, socially destabilising and surprisingly ineffective."