Setting ‘net-zero’ goals will not help us rein in global warming.
Khaled Diab is an award-winning journalist, writer and blogger. He is the author of Islam for the Politically Incorrect (2017) and Intimate Enemies (2... 014). He blogs at www.chronikler.com
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