I took his point to be that quasi-religious fervor, esp among the young, isn’t helpful for the hard discussion about the costs and benefits of alternative policies to deal with climate change.
You know, there sure are a lot of older, conservative white men with money, status and privilege who are afraid of these kids. I wonder why.
"The case for man-made climate change is highly compelling," writes , "but the more apocalyptic the rhetoric, the less likely it is that good decisions will be made." via
The growing religiosity of climate activism--replete with sin, penance and child saint Greta Thunberg--is no way to deal with the practicalities of fighting climate change, writes . via