Tag Archives: restraint
Restraint. Why and how it can save us.
Here are some bad things: Obesity Israelis and Palestinians beating the hell out of each other Goldman Sachs before the crash (and possibly after it) A fox going wild in a chicken run The chaps on Easter Island who cut … Continue reading
Restraint, not sacrifice is key to cutting emissions
The word “sacrifice” is used when people want to mock and reject the idea of behavioural change to cut emissions. They say “saving the planet can’t be about sacrifice because no-one will do it”. Then they start talking about sackcloth … Continue reading
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