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Kris Bachus 23h
Spectacular graph from on the of our present, previous and next generation(s). We have eaten most of the pie, leaving nothing but crumbs for the future. The largest climate of all is the one we are burdening our children with.
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Thomas Arnold Dec 2
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Moribund Institute Mar 29
What is a negative externality that affects South Korea today? China's superfluity of air pollution? [See: Externality]
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Joel Holmes Mar 13
Replying to @antalfoods
"This type of case, would never happen, if the government, would just [sic] ban farms!" How would vaccinating, every OTHER child, in this kid's classes at school, X1, X2, ..., XN, ..., have helped prevent in HIS case? This child's illness, is NOT a true ""!
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A Núñez Leites Feb 16
can also be seen as an economical issue, as a result of conflict of interests: it is largely an of agricultural and industrial production that harms (, , other ). It affects working and middle classes too.
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Fantastic Freedom Dec 2
Guns are Freedom! Half probability!
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🌿🎄GreenTalkDaily🌳 Apr 5
In , an is the cost or benefit that affects a party who did not choose to incur that cost or benefit. Make pay. Set policies that make companies “internalize" an externality, so that costs and benefits will affect who choose them. Less CO2,toxins
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Sean Doyle May 8
Uber, Lyft, et al. have dramatically increased driving and directly poached riders from transit. Yet somehow Uber could be valued as high as $91.5 billion in the era of . Textbook example of the environment as an .
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🎉2020 is almost here!👌🏾😀 Dec 23
Replying to @am1874northwich
I am surprised. What sort of land use are the 600 + 1500 properties going to be built on? Too often 'spare land' tends to be last refuges for wildlife to retreat to. But this has zero value in CBA calculations
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Aaron Schwarz Feb 16
an : offloading the costs of one business onto the suffering pain & preventable diseases of all other people / a tragedy of the common air & water that all people must share on There is a much more excellent way forward in all ways 42
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Dheeraj Kumar Apr 3
"An is, in very simple words, the ruckus from the big late night party thrown by your neighbors in which you weren't invited." 🤣😉
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Ouronlyhome #FBPE Feb 21
If we don't pay real cost of goods & minimise impact of our way of life, we will eventually have to pay for through tax, as public purse will have to pick up tab whilst business leaders profit at our expense. Its not an
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HappeningsHealthHome Mar 20
When an industry create a negative , it's often something they're not required to take into account. That means we pay for it in the form of health problems, etc. These negatives include , unnatural , particulates from coal, ash, etc. They kill us!
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Phil Ritz Dec 19
NYC has to stop subsidizing car traffic with subway money.
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Al May 10
Electric cars should pay something for roads, but they should also pay less than gas cars for not taxing Illinois air quality.
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David Carpenter Feb 27
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Josh Crumb 🔸 Mar 2
Replying to @JoshCrumb
Not appreciated enough: endless consumption based on perpetual growth of debt (public & private) bailed out by fiat printing insanity is underwritten by ONE really bad trade: US exports water for Chinese air pollution; we send grains, they send coal-fired cheap crap
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Kent Pitman Feb 10
Nice explainer piece related to administration proposal to redefine a key term in the Clean Water Act: “Waters of the United States.” Why matters: We The People can be sure if they're doing it, it's part of a stealthy plan to create a profitable .
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6 Sucks Sex Feb 20
I think it's an error to measure work + productivity solely in monetary terms. The productive power + wealth of nature are our source, not an . Then there's the of a . seek + ignore . will ask questions most can't answer
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Reassembling Rubbish Jan 14
"A decade after the provincial government became the owner of a shuttered mill, whatever toxic mess lies beneath has yet to be cleaned up."
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