Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Goklany: Wealth Protects the Environment

Many people today believe that environmental conditions are worsening. In The Improving State of the World, Indur Goklany thoroughly refutes this idea. Nonetheless, environmentalists continue to perpetuate the view that increased wealth and prosperity mean a poorer environment, but as this excerpt from Goklany’s work shows, this is not the case.

CAMPAIGN HERO: Dave Hampton, the Carbon Coach - The Ecologist

[Q] What has been your most successful campaign to date?

I would have to say the Come off it day back in April 2006.

MF Global chief missing $1.2B is financial adviser to EPA - Washington Times

“In Abelow, you have a Wall Street executive who just presided over the disappearance of $1 billion in investor funds purporting to help guide federal infrastructure financing.”

The fishes and the coral live happily in the CO2 bubble plume | Watts Up With That?

What that implies is that ocean acidification is no threat at all. If the most delicate, fragile, iconic ecosystem of them all can handle flat-out saturation with carbon dioxide, what is there to worry about?

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