I can find predictions of 2050 to the end of the century.
But if what you claim was that common, it should be easy to find. So find them.
Here's one for you:
While stories like the one below should not dismiss an intelligent discussion about the environmental challenges we face today, this 1989 report does raise legitimate questions about the apocalyptic and absolute predictions promoted by many who support a similar narrative in 2019. From a...
Some interesting quotes in there from this U.N. enviromental official. Like "He said governments have a 10-year window of opportunity to solve the greenhouse effect before it goes beyond human control."
Sounds familiar right? Except he was saying this in 1989.
This sire has a nice collection on news articles from "biologists" and "climate scientists" and the usual tat dating back to the 60s
Modern doomsayers have been predicting climate and environmental disaster since the 1960s. They continue to do so today. None of the apocalyptic predictions with due dates as of today have come true. What follows is a collection of notably wild predictions from notable people in government and...
So when you post the current alarmists screaming about how we'll be doomed by 2050, all I can say is : cope and seethe. It's not gonna happen. It's been predicted for 60 years and that doomsdate, much like every megachurch's predictions about the antichrist, conveniently get pushed back another 5 years.
I'm quite sure you read that about planet wide usage, not realizing, of course, that here in the US we get less than 20% of our power from coal.
I was actually referrign to germany. You know, one of the countries in this article.
The same country that is still sticking to its plan to phase out nuclear by 2023.
After coalition wrangling over nuclear power, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has decided that all three plants should run throughout the winter. Germany has been scrambling to reorganize its energy mix amid gas cuts.
Dont forget that germany is returning to coal power instead of that icky nuclear stuff
The Swedish climate activist said it would be a "bad idea" for Germany to focus on coal when nuclear power plants were already in place. German politicians looking to extend the running times pounced on the comments.