The Myth of the Efficient Car

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Sunday, February 08, 2009
By Yokota Fritz


For today's Sunday homily, I direct you to Alec Dubro's essay, "The Myth of the Efficient Car."
Let’s get something straight about green industry: in its basic form it means we all have to buy new stuff … lots of it. As an industrial policy that will create jobs and increase spending, it’s pretty sound. As an environmental policy, it’s largely a fraud.
Read more at the Progressive.


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Comments:
Well that was depressing. People aren't going to give up cars any time soon. So I suppose my moral superiority will have to keep me going.
 
Amazing that we think an integral component in our solutions is subsidizing these same manufacturers.
Jack
 
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