I wrote a piece last week on the debate about environmental strategy: Should climate hawks be focused on “yes” to things in order to foster a positive message? Or should they be saying “no” more often to disastrous projects?
Most would agree it’s a healthy combination of both. And the chart below, courtesy of KC Golden of the GRIP blog, perfectly illustrates why. Unfortunately, we’re so far down the business as usual path, there’s a lot more “no” being voiced than “yes.”
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