To be considered...I enjoy business and free markets, but long term goals must be factored in. A combination and reworking of the Keynesian and Classical models with a bit of social and environmental ethics sprinkled in, maybe?
'It’s hard to imagine that people are doing so much damage to the natural world. It’s sad when a society like ours can’t see further than its bank balance and stumbles blindly into a future when children won’t be able to enjoy the flowing rivers, mountain snow, coloured birds and bush animals. Don’t we have any responsibility for other creatures, forests and rivers? I’m rather ashamed of our behaviour.'' - Emeritus Professor Tony McMichael, Australian National University
The One Picture That Perfectly Sums Up World Action On Climate Change
The world on Climate Change. So very true! The biggest percentage of our population has a fixation on having everything NOW, flash the plastic, cater for the immediate, tomorrow's another day worry(maybe) about it then, etc. If anything outdated or"breaks" don't bother fixing it, buy another, out with the plastic again - everything is expendable (even relationships! ) - "Houston" do we have a problem!