Intergenerational Equity Arguments Go Both Ways

This article is interesting (here). Think carefully. What are intergenerational equity problems with alarming predictions unsupported by science driving policy decisions that unnecessarily raise the cost of energy? What are impacts on future generations of embracing inflated statements (eg here) and regulations (eg here) that for all practical purposes prevent less developed states and nations from improving their society and economy to meet their own citizens needs? Not only does it rob future generations of health and prosperity but it has an immediate negative effect on the here and now generations. 

“Risk management and the well-being of future generations must trump ideology and fear in the November elections. We simply can’t afford two of the world’s superpowers being dictated by populism and xenophobia at the expense of our youth’s future.” quoted from WUWT here.

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