Tuesday, December 20, 2005

China economy 17% bigger than thought

According to the BBC, China 's economy is 16.8% bigger than earlier thought. That means that all the predictions of the impact of the Chinese economy's on global oil supplies, air and water pollution, and the world supply of other critical resources will hit earlier than thought.

We greens, and here I am using the small g to indicate the whole green movement, even those in other parties, need to think long and hard about our energy future. I have written about it in the past, and Dean Myerson indicates that there are Greens working on the topic, but we must all begin to think strategically about the issue or the other side will swamp us just by virtue of having a head start.
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