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“The answer doesn’t lie in the ideological debate characterizing these topics, between realists and environmentalists; maybe the answer is much more simple, like the parable of the talents: we have the instruments, renewables, energy efficiency, the interest and the economic power; should we ignore the fact that we have the chance to make fossil fuels last longer by disintensifying their use and
consequently lowering the emissions’ pressure, or should we allow these talents to be buried somewhere while we wait, hoping that somebody in the future will take care of the problem?
But, in the future, we may have already allowed the monster to grow way too much, to the point where it will become invincible, and we might leave our children with an unresolvable problem, an enemy that they will not be able to defeat ”.