Let’s be careful about a new kind of potential spoliation
Linda Cree responded to my post re: Looking forward, not backward . . . “For those who love wilderness, wild animals, beautiful natural landscapes it shouldn’t be hard to imagine a positive future as we ease away from destructive hyper-industrialism.”
SW: Right . . . and Linda, you always make a good point when you voice concern about the burgeoning solar array fields and windmill placements. The renewable energy is better than fossil fuels, but we should not fill up every available “undeveloped” space with solar and wind energy generators. That’s another kind of spoliation! What we really need to do, instead, is gradually have much less need for mass-produced energy. Live more lightly so that we can leave much of wilderness undisturbed.