In John Ruskin’s book, (published 1884), The Storm Cloud Of The Nineteenth Century, “…He warned of the environmental pollution that threatened nature with black skies, grimy landscapes, and eroded glaciers.  He thought it was a reflection of a society that placed money over humanity and nature.  This was ignored then.  Perhaps now we will take note.”    —The Guardian, Australia edition, 01/02/2020

“I’ll never understand why some people somehow support pollution.  It’s completely irrational.  I don’t get it.  Somewhere along the line they bought into this fiction that one has to choose between the environment and business, which is a complete falsehood and absurd.”    —Steven Van Zandt

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