Don't forget the #1 largest contributing factor to climate change, far beyond any personal or communal lifestyle choices - http://theconversation.com/us-milit...s-shrinking-this-war-machine-is-a-must-119269 https://www.newsweek.com/us-military-greenhouse-gases-140-countries-1445674 https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/06/190620100005.htm https://www.livescience.com/65698-defense-department-climate-change.html https://www.theguardian.com/sustain...-71-global-emissions-cdp-study-climate-change Personal and collective action alone unfortunately only addresses some of the symptoms but not the cause... American capitalism would completely crumble without the military-industrial complex, but that's a topic most people aren't willing to consider. Not to mention the planet can't sustain the consumption of the uber-rich and their capital ventures, which is orders of magnitudes beyond the vast majority of normies like the people here (all of which are probably closer to being homeless than being billionaires, despite what bootlickers with stockholm syndrome would have us think). The resources and technology for a sustainable and automated global energy system exists, the issue is how it's distributed and 'incentivised' - with the infrastructures in place, coal and oil are simply more profitable. And profit trumps all (including the sustainability of ilfe on the planet once all the billionaires die off or move to Mars), right? edit - when 'the market decides', it sure has a weird way of always favoring the 'owning' class of elite whites and literally killing (and exploiting the labor of) every other marginalized group in the process. Weird how that always seems to play out the same way... Many climate change deniers won't be around when 2050-60 rolls around. I don't blame them for not caring about the famines, plagues, and floods of the future. I wish an imminent death afforded me that luxury.