Monday, April 26, 2010

It's a Justice Issue

The fifth statement that I can make with confidence about the controversial issue of global warming is this...
There is a justice component to the anthropogenic global warming issue.
By this I mean that there is the potential for human suffering, either if global warming is real and continues at dangerous rates, as a result of the implementation of some of the proposed solutions, or both. And if widespread human suffering is a possible consequence of whatever decisions are made, then there is the potential that widespread injustices will take place, that the health and welfare of some will be overlooked in favor of that of others, that some will have no voice.

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