Every ton of coal, every barrel of oil does more in socialized damage to economies, health and ecosystems than it adds in value to overall economic output...The solar and wind revolution is just beginning.
So this “speaks to me”… but it just seems too obvious. Hasn’t anyone else taken a day with still air and just looked at how heat gain and loss changes over the cycle of the day? Noticed that it very closely tracks insolation in time? That there just isn’t any indications of heat “hanging around” for long periods of time and that the cool / cold nights rapidly stabilize at a point that looks more related to loss of heat from ground and structures than from the air?
And for all the talk about using, imposing, and enforcing “sustainable development” to help the world’s poor, the only sightings we had of commoners were the good-looking guys serving nonstop finger food, champagne, espresso, and other sumptuous fare — or even worse, the gorgeous women parading down the runway among the tables, in some kind of sick Hunger Games reprise, wearing haute couture supposedly made from recycled refuse, to amuse the elites.
We could make up a word: anthony
as in, 'the climate anthonys oppose all CO2 regulations, period' or even better motl
as in, 'the motls would have called the first sewage system a Marxist plot,' but it would seem mysterious to the general public, until it caught on.
isn't bad: "to show contempt by derisive acts or language; to treat or address with derision."