by Jordan Andrews

U.S. energy experts heavily criticized the recent U.N. agreement to end fossil fuel reliance, expressing concerns about the potential harm to American national and energy security.

The agreement, announced during the COP28 climate summit, aims to transition away from fossil fuels and limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.

Critics argue that the pact lacks realistic means for replacing fossil fuels and fails to enforce commitments to cut emissions…

“Thankfully, the COP28 agreement is just the latest do-nothing agreement to come out of the U.N. climate meetings … blah-blah-blah, as Greta Thunberg might say,” senior legal fellow at the Energy & Environment Legal Institute Steve Milloy said.

“There are no enforceable commitments to cut emissions or fossil fuel use and no requirements for rich countries to pay poor countries for climate,” Milloy added.

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