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Boksläpp på Kjell Alekletts nya bok

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Den 7 september är det är det lansering av Kjell Alekletts senaste bok, En värld drogad av olja.
Lotta Gröning är samtalsledare.
Kommentarer av fyra ledande aktörer:
Therese Uddenfeldt, journalist och författare till boken Gratislunchen
Michael G:son Löw fd VD för Preem
Anders Wijkman, ordf. Miljömålsberedningen.
Mattias Goldman, Fores
I boken kommer Kjell bland annat att beskriva hur IPCC olika scenarior är allt för höga,
Det är som Alice Friedemann skriver:

We are locked into climate change for thousands of years, but the good news is that many scientists believe that peak fossil fuels will at worst reach levels in the lowest few IPCC projections. The decline of fossil fuels will kill far more people, far sooner than Climate change. And then crazy weather, rising sea levels, and disease will make life harder for those who survive. [www.energyskeptic.com ]


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