We are watching a global crisis unfold before our eyes, and to stand aside and let it happen -- even though we know how to stop it -- would be unconscionable. As the president said on Monday, "to do so would betray our children and future generations." It couldn't be simpler: Either we leave at least two-thirds of the known fossil fuel reserves in the ground, or we destroy our planet as we know it. That's our choice, if you can call it that...
... We have a democracy, and the tide of public opinion has shifted decisively. What's more, I doubt that even the most ardent climate denier actually wants to destroy our world.
" ... I doubt that even the most ardent climate denier actually wants to destroy our world."
No, but I wouldn't mind flushing Sierra "Club" right down the toilet.
I had occasion to watch Michael Brune's whinges on the SF Chronicle website.
He is...well, let's just say that a mind is a terrible thing to waste and his has Superfund stamped all over it.
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