08 Dec May and Monbiot narrowly lose climate debate – feedback
Posted at 10:57h in Canadian Politics, The Environment
Contrarian reader Dana Doiron offers a subtly different take on Elizabeth May’s performance in the recent Munk debate on climate change:
I suspect that May was uncomfortable with the black and white (not another crayon issue) framing of the proposition. One can support individual and collective action in response to climate change without making it the end-all and be-all, just as one can support our soldiers while having reservations about the conflict to which they have been deployed.