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One issue with such articles is that, like most such articles, it raises a valid red flag but doesn't discuss if the proposed solutions are really workable.
Dozens of essential details must be explored to properly educate and inform and determine the cost / benefit of our actions but such articles typically just provide very high level generalizations about the need for humans to make radical changes. But solutions are all about the details and how those details look like in every day life.
Also talk is easy, if we ask people to change then, to have any credibility, we need to walk our talk. But typically authors never share what they have personally done and sacrifice they have already made to help solve the problem they are raising.
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