What an odd world we live in when environmental activists feel the need to write about how horrible grass and open parks can be for the environment.
You may recently have come to accept that lawns are bad for the planet.
Isn’t it amazing someone can assume his readers accept this statement so much that he can use it as a starting point? He goes on to discuss when public spaces are and are not bad for the environment.
It is incredible to me that somehow we have reached a world where absurdly dense urban living a la Manhattan is considered the most environmentally friendly way for humans to live. All just another way in which an obsession with CO2 has corrupted the environmental movement. I have predicted it before but will say it again — some day, the environmentalists will look back on their global warming hysteria as a couple of lost decades in their own movement, when focus on real environmental issues were kicked to the curb in favor of going all in on trace concentrations of carbon dioxide.