Under high levels of particulate pollution, “you can’t function, you can’t thrive,” said Alexandra Karambelas, an environmental analyst and research scientist affiliated with Columbia University. “Having access to clean air is kind of a basic human right.” https://nyti.ms/37Y9hRj
Collective activism has eroded the chance of rational investment in climate measures - it is no longer science, but a religion radicalized to support goals of social justice by those who consider themselves to hold a morally superior position. @nytclimate @nytimes
This map perfectly illustrates why public skeptical of leftist media. They hype how horrible WE are while ignoring that most of pollution is generated in China & India as REVEALED by their own map. Don't expect Greta to yell "HOW DARE YOU!" at China.
the words may not be complete. Everyone knows that China has the air pollution problems in the past and now, it had more than 2 decades of fast growth. The real choice between air quality and growth is not "you can not grow with heave pollution