Thursday, April 20, 2006

Harvard Crimson: environmentalism is dead

The Harvard Crimson has looked at environmentalism with critical and bright Harvard eyes and concluded that

and that we have a chance to enter a new era in which the environment itself, not an ideology, is a winner. Piotr Brzezinski '07, a member of the Resource Efficiency Program, argues that all the dire predictions have so far been falsified, and if our care about the environment is supposed to impact reality in the future, those who care must abandon some methods such as the authoritative Soviet style manifested in the Kyoto protocol, open some taboos for debate, and start to publish realistic appraisals of reality even if they lead to less exciting headlines in the newspapers.

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