But being someone with disposable income and having choices about the way it is spent is not, in itself, elitist. Y'know, one of the few problems i have with pollan's article is his title. When he wrote this article i think he was trying to make people feel the way he felt when he read an inconvenient truth by al roker.
That really is the big question facing us as individuals hoping to do something about climate change, and its not an easy one to answer. Interested in whybothermichaelpolan. Pollans decision to become more aware and do his part in green living was inspired by al gores an inconvenient truth.
He argued that the environmental crisis of the 1970san era innocent of climate change. Indeed, it is this specialization that causes humans to believe that we only have one role in society, and that we cannot expand outside. What we would give to have back that environmental crisis. Is the question that many people ask when confronted with ideas of making small living choices to reduce their carbon footprint.
It's one of the few things you can call someone in modern-day america that still stings. By michael pollan the new york times magazine, april 20, 2008. In why bother, an article written by michael pollan about climate change, questions several arguments on why we should do our part in going green.