SERENDIPITY re-blogged Sean Munger’s post on the president’s decision to abandon the Paris accord on climate change. Here’s a taste:
“Fighting climate change is not about choosing ‘helping the Earth’ over job security or economic prosperity for Americans. Fighting climate change is job security and economic prosperity for Americans.”
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I don’t often write blog articles with the sole purpose of commenting on news items, but as a decision today by President Donald Trump deeply implicates climate change–without a doubt the most serious problem facing every American and every person on earth right now–I felt I couldn’t let it go by without at least a few words. My academic expertise is in the history of climate change, I’ve taught courses on the history of climate change (and wrote about them, here and here), and most post-academic career involves climate change, so I believe I’m qualified to speak on the subject.
Trump’s decision to abrogate the Paris climate change accord, at least where the United States is concerned, is not merely a strategic misstep (though it is), a betrayal of American trust and power…
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Wish I had his optimism. “….after Trump is removed from power–note I say when, not if–….”
It seems likely to me that many of his supporters, especially the angry ones, are likely to be among the most fanatic supporters of “second Amendment rights,” and might decide, or even be encouraged to decide, to resort to them. Kyrie eleison. Lord, have mercy.
Sean is an interesting blogger — and also, an author. You might find his stuff interesting.
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Marilyn, I took a look at Sean’s work this morning. VERY interesting author. Lots in common. Thanks for bringing him to my attention.