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Highlighted Article: Sustainability: Ideology versus Reality

Posted On:
Aug 29, 2019  at  at 6:00 AM
Category
Climate Change

From: MasterResource

By: Paul Driessen

Date: August 26-28, 2019

 

 

Sustainability: Ideology versus Reality

 

Part I: Biofuels and Solar

Part II: Wind Turbines

Part III: The Big Picture

 

"They could have had a global teleconference to save millions of dollars and millions of gallons of aviation and vehicle fuel. They could have set a good example and avoided massive carbon dioxide emissions. They could have been more honest, ethical and sustainable … and less hypocritical.

But instead, some 20,000 activists, bureaucrats and politicians have flown to Salt Lake City, Utah, from around the world for yet another climate-related conference, this one the 68th United Nations Civil Society Conference (August 26–28, 2019).

The globetrotters are staying at fancy hotels and eating fine food–and debating how the rest of humanity must travel, live, work, drive, farm, eat, and use (or not use) energy. The buzz word is sustainability to save the planet from resource depletion and climate cataclysms.

Conference organizers could have invited ..."

 

Sustainability: Ideology versus Reality

 

Part I: Biofuels and Solar

Part II: Wind Turbines

Part III: The Big Picture