Let the war on Carbon begin!

I get the impression that some of my colleagues are concerned about the phrase "War on Carbon" because it is bad messaging. That is wrong. We need to carry out a War on Carbon. We need to keep the Carbon in the ground. You know why.

Meanwhile, though, we can have some fun with the idea:

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