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Guardian get 50 loons to explain climate change

by | 1st, October 2012

TO celebrate the fact that we’ve only got 50 months to save Gaia from being boiled as we sleep in our beds The Guardian has invited 50 extremist nutters serious thinkers to contribute their view of what must be changed. So that we don’t boil Gaia.

As you can imagine everyone rides their own hobby horse using climate change as a crutch to support their own desires. The bureaucrat that the bank has hired to make them look like they care spouts nonsense about bureaucratic organisation. The bint from Oxfam tells us it’s all us rich peoples’ fault. And then there’s this from the Co Op bloke :

But, above all, we should build sharing in to our economy. The gap between rich and poor in the UK is at the highest since records began. Inequality is rife, with 50% of the nation’s population owning just 1% of its wealth. We need to recognise forms of business that are good at sharing – such as co-operatives. Worldwide, there are three times as many member owners of co-operatives, sharing in profits, as there are individual shareholders. We all need a stake in a low-carbon economy.

Well, just fancy that. Climate change means the world needs more of just what I do. How unusual an answer is that? For this bod is, erm, the head of the Co Op.

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