The situation that we have been facing lately with China is an especially interesting scenario. It seems that most mass media aims to use scare tactics that devote too much attention to China’s rapid growth rate and why we should be concerned about it. I know I’m even a little guilty of calling our readers’ attentions to this fact. Now I’d like to elaborate on the flip side: why China’s growth could spur one of the biggest economic expansions ever, both in America and around the world.
One of the biggest criticisms of the Go Green fever that has been sweeping through the nation over the last several years is the political nature of it all. It appears that this characteristic may ultimately bring the movement in its current iteration to an end, spawning an entirely rethought effort or otherwise halting the progress of related initiatives.
I find this both scary and disappointing.