climate change

Being wrong about climate change

I’ve written before about how, if it turns out that I’m wrong about climate change and it doesn’t happen, I won’t have any regrets. The switch to renewables and a slower, more local way of life will be good for our health, our communities and our happiness, even if climate change itself turns out to be a false alarm.

Colin Beavan, aka No Impact Man, wrote about the same thing this week, considerably better than I did. His post is here.

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