On the outset of adding my contribution to the blogosphere, my aim was to demonstrate that the current debate over climate change was pointless and distracting. Not only were the climate sciences realisations over anthropogenic global warming disturbing and based on a wealth of evidence, but they were the ‘new guy’ on the scene. Peaking oil and a collapse of the global biodiversity have long demanded that human activity must change if we are to achieve anything remotely sustainable. For my case on these fronts, I again highlight the reports, Innovation is Key and The Human Island.
It’s good to see, now that I’ve turned my back on the climate change debate, there is growing focus on these much broader issues.
For more, please refer to;
What Environmentalists Need to Know about Economics (Presentation)
Efficiency is Truly Virtuous: Planning Prosperity
You Know What They Say About a Man with a Big Footprint
How Greenwashing Really Can Make a Difference
Sustainable Growth Not as We Know it
The Price of Sustainable Cities