Earning a living doing what I love to do means burning 1,200 to 1,500 liters of diesel per week. Those actions pose a direct existential threat to my grandchildren’s future.
This is a contradiction I’ve been contemplating for some time. One of the guiding principles of my life is to do not harm, directly or indirectly. I’ve spent a good deal of energy coming to terms with the tension that exists between my actions and my intention, because I accept the scientific research that climate collapse is imminent if we continue down our current path of dependence and expansion of fossil fuels as our primary source
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