When I was in my teens I wanted to rip a tear into the fabric of the world. Who does not want that at this age? I dreamt big, very big. Changing whole societies with the nicest of all things. My father, a no-nonsense businessman, always brought me back saying that if I had a money shitter I could do all this and more. I don’t blame the youth for dreaming of unrealistic things. I blame those in my age bracket and older that abet those illusions. Interestingly, some piece of those trillions always finds their way into their pockets.
Australia’s latest climate guru Saul Griffith thinks if we put solar panels on most of the roofs and EVs in all the driveways, we can meet our climate targets.