a couple of thngis which have been coming to me as problems’ with the sustainability / climate change campaigning have been the but there’s no point in us doing anything because what about china’ issue, & also the general problem of there being a certain level of sanctimoniousness amongst some of the loudest campaigners that they give an impression of seeing themselves as perfect examples of the sustainable living, whilst the rest of us are just willfully raping the planet.what’s occurred to me as a solution to the first problem is trying to encourage a level of altruism in making sustainable choices, which works just as well on the personal level as it does on the international level yes, the developing world does have an entitlement to the best standard of living, which will inevitably involve more co2 than we’ld really want, so how about the developed world doing more of its share of the work so the developing world doesn’t have to? Not everybody can realistically travel to work by bus, train, or cycle so how about those who live on the bus route which goes past both their homes & their places of work with a 20 minute journey between them, using the bus so those who don’t don’t have to?the other problem could be handled by campaigners being as willing to own up to their own personal failings as much as their achievements i’m trying to encourage a blog climate change chain of action for that kind of thing to at least happen in the blogosphere !
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