Matt Ridley has written an opinion piece for The Times (not the New York Times, the other one) which is a response to his critics, specifically, to those who openly disagree with him about climate change.
As the momentum builds towards acting on climate change the arguments against it being real fail under scrutiny.
Granting some NGOs the legal standing necessary to sue polluters, the revised version of China’s Environmental Protection Law is expected to allow social organizations to play a bigger role in fighting environmental crimes.
If this game-changing goal is widely adopted by the environmental community and by a vanguard of public officials, it would put California climate policymakers and others under pressure to advance the state's already ambitious clean energy goals....
From the chemtrails being sprayed over our neighborhoods to the poisons killing our bees and making our food toxic ‘medicine’ we need a way to purge the deadly elixirs of a greedy government, owned and run by corporate interests.
Some of these ideas have been around for centuries.
Plastic populates our world through everything from electronics to packaging and vehicles. Once discarded, it resides almost permanently in landfills and oceans.
If these new plastics could be made durable and chemically inert while in use it would revolutionize industry...but they would still have to be collected to break them back down and that could be problematic, not solving the waste issue.
This is -- finally and for real -- the last installment of the report. Here's what it says in a nutshell.
Even China is moving toward the goals set here. They recognize it is in their own interest. Whereas our elected officials are mostly in the pocket of oil/gas/coal, and are barely moving at all or are legislating obstacles to change.