I have to be in favour of concerted, given the century of backsliding and procrastination.
and his 19th century paper.
I’m afraid the game is over for the arguments about the primacy of personal and national liberty, sorry.
Their a prior assumption is that the environment is able to absorb the consequence of these free choices.
This has only ever been tenable for a fortunate few throughout history, and frankly we need to ditch the sentimentalism around this principle: it is costing homes and lives.
We are either going to be coerced by the laws of physics or the laws of man or maybe the laws of the free market and we will be required to finally do “the sensible thing”.