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2542. Path not yet found
There are so many proposals as to what to do about climate change and associated issues like ocean and soil. But what is missing is a sense of how it should happen. To me the question comes down to
who will do what and when will they do it?
It takes the instinct of a good reporter or an anthropologist, to get to that level of specificity,
If you take any potential player such ass high-level manager in an energy company, a chief economist at the Fed , bishop in a church, a film director, a congress person or the President all wrapped up in projects, contacts and d routines and, at the same time, isolated from each other and not involved in coherent conversations about real issues, we have no step specific - who will do what and when will they fo it? - plan to discuss with them.
We don't understand the basic things like good diet or the meaning of capitalism. These aught to be easy. Capitalism is simply the system of laws that support the elite owning all the profit of a whole society. But we are stuck and cannot think our way out of this ubiquitous bottleneck whose center is nowhere and whose periphery is everywhere.
If we assume there is a path forward that more or less copes with climate. a good living for all, and militarism, we haven't found it.