The Myth of the Efficient Car

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.

5 Comments

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Amazing that we think an integral component in our solutions is subsidizing these same manufacturers.
    Jack

  5. Amazing that we think an integral component in our solutions is subsidizing these same manufacturers.Jack

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