News from the Natural World: As debate rages on about how to best combat climate change, this polar bear sinking into the ocean is calling for pragmatism and bipartisanship.
In the human world, battles are raging on from every side of the political spectrum about what best options and policies there are for combating and slowing down climate change. While the far-left calls for radical proposals like the banning of fracking, supporting a green new deal and finding alternatives to oil and natural gas others are calling for more moderate changes. One of those realists is this polar bear, who is currently sinking into the ocean.
When asked his thoughts on the climate catastrophe the polar bear expressed plainly that he supports the fight to combat climate change. He also believes the scientists but doesn’t believe it is realistic to ask for something like a Green New Deal. The polar bear, slowly sinking towards his death, stated “How can we ask people to stop using oil and gas? What about those industries? As much as in theory I believe we should do everything in our power to stop the warming of our planet. We have to be pragmatic. It’s always best to approach a situation like this by slapping some cold, or nowadays lukewarm, water on your face and really getting down to brass tacks.”
Polar Bear Sinking Into Ocean Calls For Pragmatism
When asked to explain what solutions he believes would be better alternatives to the green new deal or banning of fracking, the polar bear stated he’d like to see more people join him in switching away from plastic straws and possibly even trying for a no meat Monday. The polar bear, whose life is in grave danger as he falls further into the ocean, feels that solutions like these can help combat the terrible problem of climate change while not impacting the stock market or costing important oil and gas jobs;
“It’s simply not realistic to try and address this problem without consulting the market. If there is a solution to climate change I know in my heart that capitalists will innovate and find it.”
Said the polar bear, an eternal optimist and believer in the free hand of the market. At press time the polar bear was sinking further into the ocean. He’d decided that maybe he’d be willing to budge and call for a transition away from fossil fuels by 2055.
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