April 19, 2011
From the author of The Skeptical Environmentalist comes this practical guide to solving our environmental problems and cooling the 'green' hysteria that's gripping the planet. Based on the controversial book by political scientist Bjorn Lomborg.
One of the biggest issues we face is our fear. Even though we live in the best of times we are told to fear many, many things in modern society. There are benefits to fear: you can win elections, push your agenda, instill hate and so much more. I am a believer in moderation. I believe that humans can solve most issues before them with calm, considerate thinking. When we are told to think that the problems facing us are too big or complex and cannot be handled by us we turn to anger or apathy. There are no problems too big or complex that cannot be understood and acted upon by humanity.
This documentary offers basic insight to problem solving and the little things we can do to make life better for those around us.
Whenever speech is stifled or shouted down, you must ask yourself why.
Released in 2011
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Posted by mcmike at April 19, 2011 10:49 AM