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Sunday, November 5th, 2017


Reevalutating Priorities in the Green Movement

Alan Greenspan, the famous former head of the US Federal Reserve, issued a statement yesterday in which he warned that high oil prices were beginning to hurt the economy. He points out that the only way prices are going to go down is if demand for oil drops. Greenspan compares the current transition away from fossil fuels to “watching grass grow”. Beats watching paint dry, I suppose. The environmental movement — and in particular climate change — is often portrayed as a tradeoff between the economy and nature. The implicitRead More