How do we make the changes we need to address global warming fast enough? Martin Wolf thinks that the only way to get people to do something about the climate change crisis is to scare the bejeesus out of 'em about the consequences of not doing anything and then to show that we won't have to live like St. Francis to make enough of a difference to make it worth while. Because he's a sensible, moderate columnist in Financial Times, do you think he'll be spared being labeled a doomsdayer? But, of course, he's right. It's definitely time to worry greatly about the wolf at our door.
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