Interview: Former IPCC scientist Dr William Moomaw calls for radical rethink of EU policy

Even if the whole world were to achieve the EU goal of reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, it would be too little and too late to halt, let alone reverse, global warming, says William Moomaw, professor emeritus of international environmental policy at Tufts University in Massachusetts, USA, in an interview with ENDS.

by Robert Hodgson
Dr William Moomaw on EU bioenergy policy: "We point our fingers at Brazil and the tropical countries and tell them to stop cutting down their forests... I find that highly hypocritical, frankly.” Photograph: Bill Moomaw
Dr William Moomaw on EU bioenergy policy: "We point our fingers at Brazil and the tropical countries and tell them to stop cutting down their forests... I find that highly hypocritical, frankly.” Photograph: Bill Moomaw

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