The Morality of "Climate Change"

Leaving people to starve or die from germ-laden water today to fight the weather over something that might be a problem 50 years from now hardly seems moral, a point I have made many times on this blog.

Others seem to be arriving at the same conclusion.

When it comes to climate change, our leaders would do well to follow Buddhist advice: when struck by an arrow, first remove it before seeking out your assailant. Otherwise, you will die.
But most governments and charitable foundations today do exactly the opposite. They try so hard to appease climate activists — who seem more concerned about the possible plight of people yet to be born than those suffering today — that millions of people have been abandoned to misery and early death in the poorest parts of the world.

The entire essay is here.

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