The Oil, Gas and Energy Resources Law (OGERL) Section of the State Bar of Texas featured an interview between Brent Stahl and Dr. Scott Tinker in their quarterly report.
Dr. Tinker discussed both the 2012 documentary Switch and the 2020 documentary Switch On and how the energy transition has changed between the two films. For example, “zero emissions” has become an increasingly popular phrase in the energy conversation.
“This whole energy deficit--zero emissions--buy credits and offsets--other people make your energy and other stuff--doesn’t help the single atmosphere,” said Dr. Tinker. “By exporting to Southeast Asia, the result has been major increases in greenhouse gas emissions.”
The OGERL Section of the State Bar of Texas was established in 1938 as the "Natural Resources Section" and is the oldest section of the State Bar of Texas. The Section is one of the largest and most active in the State Bar, with more than 3,000 members.
The full interview is available to read here.
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