Steam rises from a lignite-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA-EFE Steam rises from a lignite-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA-EFE
Steam rises from a lignite-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA-EFE

Letters | Climate change talk will be all hot air, until developed world changes wasteful energy habits

  • The smiling faces of climate leaders at the closing ceremony of COP24 may have been prompted only by the assurance that they will meet again next year

Topic |   Climate change
Steam rises from a lignite-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA-EFE Steam rises from a lignite-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA-EFE
Steam rises from a lignite-fired power plant in Bergheim, Germany. The Rhenish Brown Coal Field is Europe’s largest carbon dioxide source. Photo: EPA-EFE
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