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"Political leaders and climate activists don’t have a clue as to how to restore our biospheric systems back into balance. They are driven by money, power and an insatiable desire to control the world’s natural resources as well as people’s behaviors, instead of stewarding resources responsibly for redistribution, which would provide untold socioeconomic opportunities.
"Political leaders and climate activists don’t have a clue as to how to restore our biospheric systems back into balance. They are driven by money, power and an insatiable desire to control the world’s natural resources as well as people’s behaviors, instead of stewarding resources responsibly for redistribution, which would provide untold socioeconomic opportunities.
Political leaders and climate activists don’t have a clue as to how to restore our biospheric systems back into balance. They are driven by money, power and an insatiable desire to control the world’s natural resources as well as people’s behaviors, instead of stewarding resources responsibly for redistribution, which would provide untold socioeconomic opportunities.
Political leaders and climate activists don’t have a clue as to how to restore our biospheric systems back into balance. They are driven by money, power and an insatiable desire to control the world’s natural resources as well as people’s behaviors, instead of stewarding resources responsibly for redistribution, which would provide untold socioeconomic opportunities.
I'm struggling to understand this. Is it Shorten is bad because coal power plants exist? Or that he's bad because the existance of coal power plants mean that he's deluded for looking at emissions targets? This comes across like when a US republican stands in the snow and delclairs climate change a 'hoax'. I'm from a coal mining community and this blog post ignores a lot of basic realities. Yes new plants are being opened, but not at the rate they used to be, and older ones are being phased out in favour of renewables and nuclear worldwide.
I'm struggling to understand this. Is it Shorten is bad because coal power plants exist? Or that he's bad because the existance of coal power plants mean that he's deluded for looking at emissions targets? This comes across like when a US republican stands in the snow and delclairs climate change a 'hoax'. I'm from a coal mining community and this blog post ignores a lot of basic realities. Yes new plants are being opened, but not at the rate they used to be, and older ones are being phased out in favour of renewables and nuclear worldwide.
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