As always, the left goes for the younger generation: "A number of childrens' books are on-topic, too. In Saci Lloyd's The Carbon Diaries 2015 (2008), for example, the UK has become the first nation to introduce carbon dioxide rationing. But the kids are alright, really: many are getting climate change much better than the grown-ups do (and, naturally, they're much more worried about it)."They'll change their tune when their iPads and mobile phones can't be charged.
Just love that "probably". I see the guy writes haiku as well as novels. Climate change in 17 syllables... there's a thought for the Twitter generation.
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