Interesting. I have demonstrated that the resources exist to transit from filthy fossil to clean green ASAP, the transition being funded via central banks buying and nationalising the energy sector (as stated by the BIS)....since the private sector market ALONE can never achieve the transition, while ongoing addition of zero marginal cost green energy to the grid causes market prices achievable by energy producers to collapse, preventing further investment in green without massive increases in carbon taxes...). And so you decide to fall back on rhetoric re "free markets", "Freedom" "Liberty", "Rights", compared with "Master Planners" etc. In conjunction with mainstream neoliberal economists, they HAVE been running the show even under Trump, who is not a fiscal conservative, but his central banker, Powell, is. So I don't accept the premise on which you launch your following Libertarian rhetoric. Either an ever-increasing carbon tax, or nationalisation as outlined above, is needed if we are to transition from Fossil to Green. So I'm with Greta, even while I'm not convinced by the CO2 issue; what's not to like about zero marginal cost sustainable green energy? Of course you cannot answer, because it violates your Libertarian principles. (or your mainstream classical economics).