Governments have the power to enact legislation which could regulate industries to remain within sustainable emission limits and adhere to environmental protection standards.
There's certainly a huge gap between what people expect from politicians and what politicians are doing.
All Public Officials Should be Grilled on Their Failures: Sen. Elizabeth Warren digs into former Federal Reserve official Leonard Chanin
When you talk about how certain regulations are too costly or too difficult to comply with, you sound a lot like you did before the 2008 crisis when you failed to act. So my question is, given your track record at the Fed, why should anyone take you seriously now?
Can Canadians get our elected officials to focus on our environmental concerns? Introducing GreenPAC.
Canadians appear to care about their environment but our views are often underrepresented by our elected officials. What can we do?
Leaders still need political cover to price externalities - the climate march was a good start but there is still much more work to be done.
When looking at the landscape of climate change in the literal sense, we are faced with the advent of severe weather cycles, destructive storms like Hurricane Sandy and rising sea levels threatening to consume vast areas. City and state planners have their work cut out and are using technology to discover future crisis scenarios and their solutions.
Business can't expect to continue with a drastically degraded environment - it looks like they might be starting to get the message.