This report would be hilarious, if it wasn't so outrageous. Note that even the Guardian, probably the leading global daily in environmental reporting, is so uneducated on the technicalities of climate change that neither the editor nor the reporter understand that the notion of a "non-carbon" liquid fuel intended for standard internal combustion engines is an oxymoron. (They meant "no fossil carbon.") With such rampant ignorance, no wonder we can be so easily scammed!
And school boards all over the country think science education is "expensive."