The West's carbon emissions are irrelevant

This is Richard Muller in the WSJ, via Energy Outlook. His point is essentially that:
Every 10% cut in the U.S. is negated by one year of China's growth.
But the bottom line is that 80% cuts in U.S. emissions will have only a tiny benefit.
It's a case which make sense numerically, but that doesn't mean developing countries will see it that way.

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