What you need to do

Yes, I know, this is from Orsted, a public company which, primarily, builds offshore wind farms. And, as a result, you out there (which is, frankly, an infinitesimal fraction of the world, because, basically, no one follows me), will critique me for promoting a specific company.


Think of it.

Someone has a good idea. They pursue it. They promote it. They find a way of moving it into people’s lives. Great. What do they do? They found a company which has that as its purpose.

But, oh know, say the Environmental Purists, this is now “corporate greed” and we can’t have anything to do with that. It’s not us!

So, given a group of folks, the Environmental Purists, who want to advance a cause, but, then, deny the means to achieving that, they are either masochists, or they eternally want to be guaranteed of an opposition to fight, but they can never dominate and win.

I’m sick of this nonsense, whether it be Sierra Club or Extinction Rebellion. I want answers and programs, and not sham policies which hijack the hugely important issue of climate disruption to achieve long sought social objectives. I do not say the latter aren’t important. I say holding the rest of society in ransom for their objectives is cruel, heartless, uncharitable, and downright stupid.

About ecoquant

See https://wordpress.com/view/667-per-cm.net/ Retired data scientist and statistician. Now working projects in quantitative ecology and, specifically, phenology of Bryophyta and technical methods for their study.
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