We’re not talking about a few tweaks here and there, but rather, a dramatic shift in the ideological approach and the narrative of the role of business.
When it comes to climate change, like a snake shedding its skin, we need to leave those politicians with bad ideas behind.
The current consensus for the carbon tax is that we all need to pay it so that we can begin to change our collective behaviour. This is pure neoliberal nonsense.
Politicians are in a tough spot, ideally they would like to try and solve these big problems but at the same time they don’t want to upset their bosses; the billionaires and corporate elites.
Greenland is the best place in the world to see the scale of the problem as ice sheets and glaciers melt at speeds up to four times faster than just a decade ago.
Resilient homes are built to withstand extremes, such as heavy rainstorms, wildfires and severe wind. They are better than those “built to code.”
"Patrick Moore is not a co-founder of Greenpeace. He does not represent Greenpeace. He is a paid lobbyist, not an independent source."
Governments have the power to enact legislation which could regulate industries to remain within sustainable emission limits and adhere to environmental protection standards.