I know global warming is to blame for a lot, but I think it's stretching matters a bit to say it causes plane crashes like this one. (As you can see from the article, the media has already jumped on this bizarre angle, giving it far more credence than it deserves. I know, what's new . . . ?)
And is Hellman's Mayonnaise laying things on a bit thick here?
Further, given the current focus on the environment, are "green" industries really recession-proof? And, BTW, which green industries are we trumpeting here? The financial and legal sectors where they are making real "green" with "the highest average salaries, at $116,000, as well as entitlement to annual bonuses of nearly the same amount" or "the green marketing, public relations or . . . media, who were the worst paid at $58,000 a year"? (Well, I wouldn't sneeze at 58 grand, but that's just me . . .)
Finally, the next time you think your house looks like sh*t, think about these people.
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