If environmentalists were really concerned about people in undeveloped countries, they would be helping them to bring about what they really need: industrial development.
The world’s poorest can barely cope with day-to-day survival, let alone with unproven threats projected to occur over decades. Imagine having no electricity or access to clean drinking water. Imagine having to cook your meals over an open fire, breathing smoke and ash every day. Billions around the world survive at a subsistence level because they lack the elements of industrial capitalism that we in the developed world take for granted: power plants, factories, modern roads and hospitals, cars, refrigerators, and countless time- and labor-saving devices.
What poor countries need is not climate adaptation welfare doled out by environmentalists who oppose...[Weiterlesen…]